I want to know the effect of PCB trace length to a capacitor's frequency response, especially in terms of bypassing and decoupling applications. For instance in the above simplified PCB, we have a capacitor, C1, connected to VDD and GND, near an IC, U1.
I am able to obtain the frequency response of this 0805-sized capacitor (PN CL21C270JBANNNC) from the manufacturer, as below:
What is the effect of the PCB traces to the frequency response, particularly to the resonance frequency? Assume, the trace lengths between the capacitor and IC are 10mm, trace widths are 0.25mm, and this is a standard 1oz copper FR-4 board.
My assumption is the manufacturer obtained the frequency response curve with zero or minimal trace lengths. How does the resonant frequency shift because of the traces?