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Miller's theorem revisited
Miller's theorem is generally used for approximate analysis of high-frequency amplifier circuits. That it can be used without much difficulty for the exact analysis of such circuits as well asExpand
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Network Design for Multiple Frequency Impedance Matching by the Frequency Transformation Technique
AbstractIt is shown that the application of frequency transformation to a single frequency impedance matching network simplifies the design of networks for impedance matching at any number N ofExpand
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Realization of first-order two-dimensional all-pass digital filters
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A structure to realize a first-order two-dimensional all-pass transfer function with five multipliers and two delays has been proposed. Expand
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Time domain interpolation using differentiators
This paper presents a general scheme of interpolation of a uniformly sampled signal at arbitrary time instants, which appears to be an efficient alternative to the existing multistage low-passExpand
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Compact analogue neural network: a new paradigm for neural based combinatorial optimisation
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The authors present a new approach to neural based optimisation, to be termed as the compact analogue neural network (CANN), which requires substantially fewer neurons and interconnection weights as compared to the Hopfield net. Expand
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Rational approximation of some irrational functions through a flexible continued fraction expansion
A simple method is given for the continued fraction expansion (CFE) of the irrational functions (s2+ 1)1/2, (s + 1)1/2, and s1/2with adjustable parameters. Explicit formulas are derived for theExpand
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Difference Equations, Z-transforms and Resistive Ladders
AbstractIt is shown that the semi-infinite and infinite resistive ladder networks composed of identical resistors can be conveniently analyzed by the use of difference equations or z-transforms.Expand
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Some Exactly Solvable Nonuniform RC Lines
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Some exact steady-state sine wave solutions of non-uniform RC lines
The non-uniform RC line, constructed from thin resistive and dielectric films, is a promising circuit element for microminiature oscillator circuits. The differential equation for voltage or currentExpand
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