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This paper demonstrates, for the first time, a circuit-level approach to the analysis of pulse-ultrawideband (UWB) receiver front ends in the presence of interfering communication signals. The procedure is based on a model-order-reduction harmonic-balance technique based on Krylov subspaces. A sophisticated algorithm for performing matrix-vector(More)
This paper discusses some modern trends in nonlinear (NL) microwave circuit optimization based on electromagnetic (EM) simulation. In order to keep the CPU time required for a typical design within acceptable limits, the number of expensive EM analyses must be kept under tight control. This may be obtained by resorting to a systematic implementation of some(More)
This paper discusses a self-consistent set of modern computational concepts providing an effective approach to the circuit-level harmonic-balance (HB) simulation of nonlinear microwave systems of complex topology. The system is automatically split into the interconnection of a near-optimal number of nonlinear blocks at run time. The resulting structure is(More)
Harmonic-balance (HB) based nonlinear techniques are exploited for the design of a high-efficiency and medium-power switching mode oscillator, used as continuous power source in a wireless power transmission system. The oscillator power is transmitted through resonant coils over variable distances. To account for the resonant frequency variations, which(More)
In this paper, we describe a rigorous theoretical approach to the circuit-level nonlinear design of an entire inductive resonant wireless power transfer (IR-WPT) system, including the transmitter and receiver nonlinear subsystems. Starting from a novel analytical characterization of the inductive resonant link, the system efficiency is parametrically(More)
In magnetic resonant wireless power transfer the free-space part of the link is realized by using coupled inductances and by adding appropriate series capacitances (so as to obtain resonance). By introducing appropriate reactive matching networks, we remain with a two port lossy network. In this work it is shown that, by taking as reference impedance the(More)
BACKGROUND Total knee arthroplasty (TKA) can result in major postoperative blood loss which can impact on the recovery and rehabilitation of patients. It also requires expensive transfusions. The purpose of the study was to investigate whether a hemostatic matrix, composed of cross-linked gelatin and a thrombin solution, would reduce blood loss in patients(More)
This paper provides a rigorous theoretical formulation to obtain an inductive resonant wireless power transfer (WPT) link with load-independent output voltage or current. This is a crucial working condition for wireless battery recharging, where there is no deterministic knowledge of load variation with respect to the battery charging level. The ideal(More)