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Time-Domain Pulse Propagation on a Microstrip Transmission Line Excited by a Gap Voltage Source

Time-Domain Pulse Propagation on a Microstrip Transmission Line Excited by a Gap Voltage Source,10.1109/MWSYM.2006.249471,W. L. Langston,J. T. William

Time-Domain Pulse Propagation on a Microstrip Transmission Line Excited by a Gap Voltage Source   (Citations: 2)
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Time-domain pulse propagation on microstrip transmission lines excited by a finite-gap voltage source is investigated with special attention given to the dispersive effects associated with the individual components of the transmission-line current. High-frequency effects due to leaky modes are of particular interest. The results show that dispersion can be quite different and more severe than that predicted by the bound mode alone
Conference: Microwave, MTT-S International Symposium - MTT , pp. 1311-1314, 2006
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    • ...In fact, although the problem of timedomain propagation of a pulse on a planar line has been previously studied in the literature [10]–[14], the case where a strong leaky mode is present has only been previously investigated in [15]–[17]...
    • ...A decomposition of the current on a microstrip line into its discrete and continuous components was recently carried out for a covered microstrip in [17] and an uncovered microstrip in [18]...
    • ...In [17], it was shown that dispersion effects associated with the existence of a strong leaky mode can be more severe than those expected from the analysis of the bound mode only...
    • ...However, the calculation of the pulse response far away from the source poses several numerical difficulties, and hence only pulses near the source were calculated in [17]...

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    • ...Therefore, formula (2) can be expressed as formula (4)�...

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