A theory of electrical circuits with resistively coupled distributed systems
Marinov, C. A., Neittaanmäki, P. (1988). A theory of electrical circuits with resistively coupled distributed structures : delay time predicting. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems, 35 (2), 173-183. doi:10.1109/31.1719
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Qualitative properties (existence, uniqueness, and especially, stability) and numerical solution of a circuit consisting of a resistive multiport with r-c-g exactly modeled distributed elements connected to its terminals, are studied. These results are useful, for instance, when the effects of interconnections on the speed of the transient process in an integrated structure are studied. A formula to evaluate the delay time as a global parameter of the circuit is given and verified by numerical calculus.
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