Date of Award
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering - (M.S.)
William I. H. Chen
R. W. Wyndrum
Frederick A. Russell
One of several synthesis procedures available for the realization of a transfer admittance is that of Linvill. This synthesis procedure employs an active element, a negative impedance converter (NIC), to shift the poles of passive immittance functions from the negative real axis into the complex plane to realize the desired transfer immittance function.
The Linvill synthesis procedure is extended to networks containing cascaded distributed RC elements and the conditions which must be satisfied to realize a transfer impedance using these distributed elements are defined.
Woronka, Walter, "Realization of transfer impedances using distributed RC elements in a common ground Linvill configuration" (1968). Theses. 1493.