The time and frequency domain analysis and synthesis of distributed and lumped/distributed networks
Abstract
A method is developed for the computeraided analysis and synthesis of networks containing both lumped and distributed elements. The method can deal with any network topology, does not require the fast Fourier transform, and the same basic equations can be used in either the frequency or time domains. Computeraided procedures based on the method are developed, and several examples of time and frequency domain analysis are given, which achieve synthesis by an iterative procedure to minimize the norm of an error vector representing the differences between the desired and achieved response.
 Publication:

10th European Microwave Conference
 Pub Date:
 1981
 Bibcode:
 1981eumw.conf..304S
 Keywords:

 Computer Aided Design;
 Frequency Response;
 Network Analysis;
 Network Synthesis;
 Time Response;
 Computer Programs;
 Design Analysis;
 Distributed Parameter Systems;
 Electronic Filters;
 Equations Of State;
 Error Analysis;
 Iterative Solution;
 Norms;
 Electronics and Electrical Engineering