Absolute Stable Transmission Line Network Having Several Loads With Negative Admittances
Original Publication Date: 1978-Jan-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-20
This article describes a computational technique or procedure which allows the determination of an upper bound for the number of circuit loads that can be applied to a transmission line to guarantee stability for a specified transmission line system driver, and receiver (load) admittance. The methodology involves a frequency domain analysis which is done over a wide frequency spectrum for any variation in characteristics of either transmission line, driver or receiver characteristic change.