Immitance data modelling via linear interpolation techniques
Yarman, Bekir Sıddık Binboğa
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With the advancement of the manufacturing technologies to produce new generation analog/digital communication systems, immitance data modelling has gained renewed importance in the literature. Specifically, models are utilised for behaviour characterisation, simulation of physical devices or to design sub-systems with active and passive solid-state components. Therefore, in this paper, new computer aided tools are presented to model one port immitance data by means of linear interpolation techniques. It is remarkable to observe that complex electrical behaviour of physical devices can be simulated with the models built utilising the linear interpolation of a few properly selected measured immitance data. An antenna example is presented to exhibit the implementation of the proposed techniques. It is expected that the new modelling tools will be employed to provide initial circuit topologies to the commercially available analysis/simulation and design packages.
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