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STEADY-STATE AND TRANSIENT RESPONSE OF ARBITRARY TAPERED DISTRIBUTED RC NETWORKS WITH LUMPED LOAD TERMINATIONS.
NEW YORK UNIV N Y LAB FOR ELECTROSCIENCE RESEARCH
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The network properties of arbitrary tapered distributed RC networks are obtained in series and product forms using techniques based on the work of Carson and Rayleigh. The network functions so obtained are readily interpreted using pole-zero patterns and the equivalent dominant pole-zero viewpoint. Steady-state frequency response and transient response of terminated distributed RC twoports are shown to be easily obtained using the equivalent dominant pole and excess phase approximation. The approach is applicable to tapered networks terminated in lumped or distributed loads. Author
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