Afshari, E. and Bhat, H. S. and Hajimiri, A. and Marsden, J. E. (2006) Extremely wideband signal shaping using one- and two-dimensional nonuniform nonlinear transmission lines. Journal of Applied Physics, 99 (5). Art. No. 054901. ISSN 0021-8979. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:AFSjap06
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We propose a class of electrical circuits for extremely wideband (EWB) signal shaping. A one-dimensional, nonlinear, nonuniform transmission line is proposed for narrow pulse generation. A two-dimensional transmission lattice is proposed for EWB signal combining. Model equations for the circuits are derived. Theoretical and numerical solutions of the model equations are presented, showing that the circuits can be used for the desired application. The procedure by which the circuits are designed exemplifies a modern, mathematical design methodology for EWB circuits.
|Additional Information:||©2006 American Institute of Physics (Received 16 May 2005; accepted 20 January 2006; published online 1 March 2006; corrected 3 March 2006) The authors would like to acknowledge A. Komijani and M. Taghivand of Caltech and J. Nathan Kutz and B. Deconinck at the University of Washington, Seattle for helpful discussions. They also acknowledge IBM Corporation for prototype fabrication, and Agilent Technologies for test equipment support. This research is partially supported by NSF-ITR Grant No. ACI-0204932.|
|Subject Keywords:||equivalent circuits; passive networks; transmission line theory; nonlinear differential equations; analogue processing circuits; microstrip lines|
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