THE SYNTHESIS OF NETWORKS CONTAINING LUMPED AND DISTRIBUTED ELEMENTS. PARTS I AND II.
POLYTECHNIC INST OF BROOKLYN FARMINGDALE N Y DEPT OF ELECTROPHYSICS
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The paper is devoted to the synthesis of n-ports composed of the usual passive lumped building blocks and ideal uniform transmission lines possessing identical one-way delays. It is shown that the scattering matrix, Wp,s, of such a structure is two-variable bounded-real. A complete synthesis technique is evolved for purely reactive networks by introducing the concept of a minimal realization. Moreover, it is demonstrated that such lossless networks may be constructed with the absolute minimum number of lumped reactances and lines. Several theorems are also presented delineating the fine structure of nonminimal realizations and two examples serve to illustrate the basic synthesis approach. Author
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