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-The VDROOP, VPEAK, and TDROOP are measured using the Figure ​10 and 11 LTspice waveform. The L and C values are then calculated using equations 2 and 4. It depends where you measure on the waveform, however, the calculated L value is 1 to 3mH as shown in Table 1. Measuring at point X is most accurate and yields the correct inductance value of approximately 1 mH. The high pass filter frequency (equation 6) is simply a function of the droop time and voltage, and for point X is approximately equates to 250 kHz/32 for 1 bit (half clock cycle), which matches the input waveform (V3) shown in the Figure 10 schematic.+The VDROOP, VPEAK, and TDROOP are measured using the Figure 11 and 12 LTspice waveform. The L and C values are then calculated using equations 2 and 4. It depends where you measure on the waveform, however, the calculated L value is 1 to 3mH as shown in Table 1. Measuring at point X (Figure 12) is most accurate and yields the correct inductance value of approximately 1 mH. The high pass filter frequency (equation 6) is simply a function of the droop time and voltage, and for point X is approximately equates to 250 kHz/32 for 1 bit (half clock cycle), which matches the input waveform (V3) shown in the Figure 10 schematic.
  
 **Table 1** **Table 1**
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