A UNIQUE SYNTHESIS METHOD OF TRANFORMERLESS ACTIVE RC NETWORKS
CALIFORNIA UNIV BERKELEY ELECTRONICS RESEARCH LAB
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A unique decomposition of active RC driving-point impedance functions is presented, which was obtained by considering the driving-point synthesis problem in terms of the reflection coefficient. Application of the decomposition has been shown to guarantee the realization of the driving-point impedance in Kinariwalas cascade configurations and Sandbergs special configurations, each containing one negative impedance converter. The method imposes no restriction on the impedance function, except that it has only to be a real rational function. The decomposition technique can be easily programmed on a digital computer.
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