Time-domain sensitivity analysis of multiconductor transmission lines is derived from the dyadic Green's function of the 1-D wave propagation problem. The rational nature of the Green's function permits the generation)of a time-domain macromodel for the computation of transient voltage sensitivities with respect to both electrical and physical parameters, completely avoiding similarity transformation. Through simulations of multiconductor transmission lines with linear and nonlinear terminations, comparisons are made with the perturbative approach and standard frequency-domain techniques for multiconductor transmission lines.

Time-Domain Green's Function-Based Sensitivity Analysis of Multiconductor Transmission Lines With Nonlinear Terminations

ANTONINI, GIULIO;
2009

Abstract

Time-domain sensitivity analysis of multiconductor transmission lines is derived from the dyadic Green's function of the 1-D wave propagation problem. The rational nature of the Green's function permits the generation)of a time-domain macromodel for the computation of transient voltage sensitivities with respect to both electrical and physical parameters, completely avoiding similarity transformation. Through simulations of multiconductor transmission lines with linear and nonlinear terminations, comparisons are made with the perturbative approach and standard frequency-domain techniques for multiconductor transmission lines.
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