Twodimensional analysis of in homogeneous passive RCNR structures
Abstract
Since direct analytic solution is not readily possible, in the 1960's RCNR structures were analyzed by a simplified onedimensional model for some envelope functions. In the mathematical respect a SturmLiouville eigen value problem had to be solved, i. e. the partial differential equation was reducible to an ordinary one. Physically, the model was an inhomogeneous RC iterated network with infinitely many terms, but the limits of application of the model were unknown. In 1971 Tanaka and Hattori(1) produced a numerical twodimensional analysis of the hyperbolic structure from the partial differential equation and reported error up to 35% in the onedimensional model at 3 DB frequency. A method given uses both models, but here there are inaccuracies. It is for this reason that attention is drawn once again to the fundamental relationships.
 Publication:

NASA STI/Recon Technical Report N
 Pub Date:
 August 1977
 Bibcode:
 1977STIN...7816249M
 Keywords:

 Negative Resistance Circuits;
 Passivity;
 Rc Circuits;
 Transmission Circuits;
 Two Dimensional Bodies;
 Accuracy;
 Mathematical Models;
 Modules;
 Partial Differential Equations;
 Thick Films;
 Thin Films;
 Electronics and Electrical Engineering