Publication detail

Utilization of MATLAB in Simulation of Linear Hybrid Circuits

BRANČÍK, L.

Original Title

Utilization of MATLAB in Simulation of Linear Hybrid Circuits

English Title

Utilization of MATLAB in Simulation of Linear Hybrid Circuits

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

In the paper a MATLAB--based method for simulating transient phenomena in linear hybrid circuits containing parts with both lumped and distributed parameters is presented. Distributed parts of the circuit are multiconductor transmission lines, which can generally be nonuniform, with frequency--dependent parameters, and under nonzero initial voltage and/or current distributions. In principle a solution is formulated using the modified nodal analysis method in the frequency domain. Subsequently an improved fast method of the numerical inversion of Laplace transforms in the vector or matrix form is applied to obtain solution in the time domain.

English abstract

In the paper a MATLAB--based method for simulating transient phenomena in linear hybrid circuits containing parts with both lumped and distributed parameters is presented. Distributed parts of the circuit are multiconductor transmission lines, which can generally be nonuniform, with frequency--dependent parameters, and under nonzero initial voltage and/or current distributions. In principle a solution is formulated using the modified nodal analysis method in the frequency domain. Subsequently an improved fast method of the numerical inversion of Laplace transforms in the vector or matrix form is applied to obtain solution in the time domain.

Keywords

linear hybrid circuit, Matlab language, time-domain simulation, transmission line

RIV year

2003

Released

15.12.2003

Pages from

6

Pages to

11

Pages count

6

BibTex


@article{BUT41335,
  author="Lubomír {Brančík}",
  title="Utilization of MATLAB in Simulation of Linear Hybrid Circuits",
  annote="In the paper a MATLAB--based method for  simulating transient phenomena in linear hybrid circuits containing parts with both lumped and distributed parameters is presented. Distributed parts of the circuit are multiconductor transmission lines, which can generally be   nonuniform, with frequency--dependent parameters, and under nonzero initial voltage and/or current distributions.  In principle a solution is formulated using the modified nodal analysis method in the frequency domain. Subsequently an improved fast method of the numerical inversion of Laplace transforms in the vector or matrix form is applied to obtain solution in the time domain.",
  chapter="41335",
  number="4",
  volume="12",
  year="2003",
  month="december",
  pages="6",
  type="journal article - other"
}