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Author(s):
Isele, Bertram; Russer, Peter H. 
Title:
Modeling of Nonlinear Dispersive Active Elements, in TLM 
Abstract:
The transmission line matrix (TLM) method is used for modeling of distributed active nonlinear domains, embedded in planar microwave circuits. In this approach the nonlinearities are described by lumped elements connected to the nodes of a resistive TLM network. With this approach the transient as well as the steady-state behavior of nonlinear distributed active elements can be evaluated. The model of a distributed semiconductor diode is discussed. The distributed barrier is modeled by a resisti...    »
 
Keywords:
circuit embedded domains, cutoff characteristics, distributed active nonlinear domains, distributed parameter networks, distributed semiconductor diode, lumped elements, matrix algebra, microwave circuits, model, nonlinear dispersive active elements, nonlinear network analysis, oscillator, planar microwave circuits, resistive mesh, steady-state behavior, TLM, transient behaviour, transient response, transmission line matrix 
Book / Congress title:
IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium 
Volume:
Publisher address:
Albuquerque, NM, USA 
Year:
1992 
Month:
jun 
Pages:
1217--1220