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Rapid Design Procedures for the Brune and Bott-Duffin Circuits.
Physical sciences research papers,
AIR FORCE CAMBRIDGE RESEARCH LABS L G HANSCOM FIELD MASS
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Assuming that a driving-point impedance Fs NsDs is known by the coefficients of the rational function, both polynomials of the same geree and normalized, the A-type resistance series andor the B-type resistance parallel Brune circuit can rapidly and with high accuracy be designed using the evaluation results of Nj omega and Dj omega only. In a few steps the circuit can be transformed into the Bott-Duffin circuit. The suggested procedures becomes especially advantageous when Fs is a function of high rank. The paper presents a particular example where by analog data processing a rather complicated network can rapidly be designed. Author
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