Transient analysis of nonlinear circuits by combining asymptotic waveform evaluation with volterra series
Tan, M. A.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I : Fundamental Theory and Applications
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
470 - 473
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A new method is proposed for the transient analysis of circuits with large number of linear lumped elements and lossy coupled transmission lines, and with few mildly nonlinear terminations. The method combines the Volterra-series technique with Asymptotic Waveform Evaluation approach and corresponds to recursive analysis of a linear equivalent circuit.
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