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A New Circuit Model for Carbon Nanotube Interconnects With Diameter-Dependent Parameters
In this paper, a new circuit model for the propagation of electric signals along carbon nanotube interconnects is derived from a fluid model description of the nanotube electrodynamics. TheExpand
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A transmission line model for metallic carbon nanotube interconnects
A transmission line (TL) model describing the propagation of electric signals along metallic single wall carbon nanotube (CNT) interconnects is derived in a simple and self-consistent way within the framework of the classical electrodynamics. Expand
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Circuit Models of Carbon-Based Interconnects for Nanopackaging
This paper proposes an equivalent circuital model to describe the electrical propagation along nanoscale interconnects, made either by carbon nanotubes or graphene nanoribbons. The circuital modelsExpand
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Full-wave transmission-line theory
This paper presents a full-wave model of the propagation along interconnects consisting of ideal conducting thin wires. It consists of two coupled differential-integral equations of the first kindExpand
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Non-linear behaviour of LEMP excited power lines terminated on surge-arresters
The transient analysis of non-linearly loaded power lines is carried out. The line is excited by indirect lightning and the analysis is performed in the time domain, where the line is represented asExpand
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Electrical Properties of Graphene for Interconnect Applications
A semi-classical electrodynamical model is derived to describe the electrical transport along graphene, based on the modified Boltzmann transport equation. The model is derived in the typicalExpand
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Efficient numerical evaluation of the electromagnetic scattering from arbitrarily-shaped objects by using the Dirichlet-to-Neumann map
This paper presents an efficient technique to evaluate the scattering in the near field zone, based on the Dirichlet-to-Neumann map, which introduces an exact boundary condition on the truncated computational domain rather then an approximate one as it happens when using classical boundary conditions. Expand
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Hardware implementation of a CNN for analog simulation of reaction-diffusion equations
In this paper the hardware implementation is discussed of a cellular nonlinear network for analog simulation of reaction-diffusion partial differential equations. Expand
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Design of a cellular nonlinear network for analogue simulation of reaction-diffusion PDEs
In this paper an electronic circuit for the analogue simulation of different finite dimensional approximations of the nonlinear reaction diffusion equation is proposed. Expand
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