Transient oscillations in electric wave-filters

  title={Transient oscillations in electric wave-filters},
  author={John R. Carson and Otto J. Zobel},
  journal={Bell System Technical Journal},
THE electric wave-filter has been very fully discussed with respect to its remarkable steady-state properties.1 In the present paper it is proposed to give the results of a fairly extensive t heoretical study of its behavior in the transient state. This study is of particular interest and importance in connection with the wave-filter, because, as we shall find, its remarkable selective characteristics are peculiarly properties of the steady state and become sharply defined only as the steady… 

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