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An Efficient Steady-State Analysis of Microwave Circuits

DOBEŠ, J. BIOLEK, D. POSOLDA, P.

Originální název

An Efficient Steady-State Analysis of Microwave Circuits

Anglický název

An Efficient Steady-State Analysis of Microwave Circuits

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Two methods for determining the steady-state are compared from the point of view of their efficiency and stability. The first one is based on idea of extrapolation and uses the *-algorithm as an effective tool; the second one is based on idea of sensitivities and uses the standard sensitivity analyses built in software packages. The comparison is done using a set of typical microwave circuits, especially the nonlinear C-class amplifier. For the autonomous circuits, a reliable detection of unknown period is implemented using derivatives of circuit variables. As a demonstration of solving the autonomous circuits, the steady-state analysis of tunable microwave oscillator is fulfilled, and the results are compared with measured data.

Anglický abstrakt

Two methods for determining the steady-state are compared from the point of view of their efficiency and stability. The first one is based on idea of extrapolation and uses the *-algorithm as an effective tool; the second one is based on idea of sensitivities and uses the standard sensitivity analyses built in software packages. The comparison is done using a set of typical microwave circuits, especially the nonlinear C-class amplifier. For the autonomous circuits, a reliable detection of unknown period is implemented using derivatives of circuit variables. As a demonstration of solving the autonomous circuits, the steady-state analysis of tunable microwave oscillator is fulfilled, and the results are compared with measured data.

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@inproceedings{BUT16603,
  author="Josef {Dobeš} and Dalibor {Biolek} and Petr {Posolda}",
  title="An Efficient Steady-State Analysis of Microwave Circuits",
  annote="Two methods for determining the steady-state are compared from the point of view of their efficiency and stability. The first one is based on idea of extrapolation and uses the *-algorithm as an effective tool; the second one is based on idea of sensitivities and uses the standard sensitivity analyses built in software packages. The comparison is done using a set of typical microwave circuits, especially the nonlinear C-class amplifier. For the autonomous circuits, a reliable detection of unknown period is implemented using derivatives of circuit variables. As a demonstration of solving the autonomous circuits, the steady-state analysis of tunable microwave oscillator is fulfilled, and the results are compared with measured data.",
  address="ISMOT",
  booktitle="Proc. of ISMOT",
  chapter="16603",
  institution="ISMOT",
  year="2005",
  month="may",
  pages="123",
  publisher="ISMOT",
  type="conference paper"
}