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Modeling of current and voltage conveyors by flow graph technique.

Originální název

Modeling of current and voltage conveyors by flow graph technique.

Anglický název

Modeling of current and voltage conveyors by flow graph technique.

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The so-called n-port generalized conveyor (GC) is presented. This conveyor models a number of various active devices, depending on the choice of the number of its corresponding ports, on the type of circuit equations, and on the values of conveyance coefficients. Equations of two possible types describe so-called generalized current or voltage conveyor (GCC, GVC) as a generalization of the familiar CCI, CCII, CDBA, DVCC and other active elements. Modified Mason-Coates (M-C) flow graphs for fast analysis of circuits containing these elements are proposed. Some advantages of this approach are shown on illustrative examples.

Anglický abstrakt

The so-called n-port generalized conveyor (GC) is presented. This conveyor models a number of various active devices, depending on the choice of the number of its corresponding ports, on the type of circuit equations, and on the values of conveyance coefficients. Equations of two possible types describe so-called generalized current or voltage conveyor (GCC, GVC) as a generalization of the familiar CCI, CCII, CDBA, DVCC and other active elements. Modified Mason-Coates (M-C) flow graphs for fast analysis of circuits containing these elements are proposed. Some advantages of this approach are shown on illustrative examples.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT7827,
  author="Dalibor {Biolek} and Josef {Čajka} and Viera {Biolková}",
  title="Modeling of current and voltage conveyors by flow graph technique.",
  annote="The so-called n-port generalized conveyor (GC) is presented. This conveyor models a number of various active devices, depending on the choice of the number of its corresponding ports, on the type of circuit equations, and on the values of conveyance coefficients. Equations of two possible types describe so-called generalized current or voltage conveyor (GCC, GVC) as a generalization of the familiar CCI, CCII, CDBA, DVCC and other active elements. Modified Mason-Coates (M-C) flow graphs for fast analysis of circuits containing these elements are proposed. Some advantages of this approach are shown on illustrative examples.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the International IASTED Conference CSS2003",
  chapter="7827",
  year="2003",
  month="april",
  pages="140",
  type="conference paper"
}