On passive time-domain macromodels of distributed transmission line networks

@article{Dounavis2002OnPT,
  title={On passive time-domain macromodels of distributed transmission line networks},
  author={Anestis Dounavis and Ramachandra Achar and M. S. Nakhla},
  journal={2002 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium Digest (Cat. No.02CH37278)},
  year={2002},
  volume={2},
  pages={975-978 vol.2}
}
Recently, several time-domain passive macromodeling algorithms were proposed for distributed transmission line networks. Most of them employ some kind of approximation in the frequency-domain to match the response up to a maximum frequency of interest and the behavior after the highest frequency is generally not considered. This can cause significant errors in transient responses (especially in the early-time period). In order to address this difficulty, we will present a new algorithm to… CONTINUE READING
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