distributed circuit

distributed circuit

[di′strib·yəd·əd ′sər·kət]
(electronics)
A film circuit whose effective components cannot be easily recognized as discrete.
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"There exists a distributed circuit in the frontal cortex involving these two areas, and they seem to be hierarchically organized, just like the task would demand," Jazayeri says.
There are many different methods having been proposed for galvanic coupling IBC modeling [5-10], such as finite element method (FEM) model, quasistatic field theory model, equivalent electrical circuit model, and distributed circuit model.
(1) Do full-wave simulation for the distributed circuit of Figure 5 and test microstrip TL to get the Sparameters of overall circuit and TLs, respectively.
The analytical model mainly includes the simplified circuit model [31, 41, 44, 45], asymmetric distributed circuit model [37,46], and quasistatic field model [47].
Moreover, except for the work of [25], these NGD circuits also used R for generating NGD, which prevents fully distributed circuit realization.
These numerical experiment results confirm that the established transfer function expressions of the interconnection discrete model converge to the ideal case of the distributed circuit when n goes to infinity.
Artificial media fabricated using lumped and distributed circuit elements can be used to produce the NGD effect.
The aim of this study is to obtain a smaller distributed circuit that is equivalent to the lumped inductor in the quarter-wavelength transmission line.
The performance of the new method is verified with the single resonance lumped circuit model and multi-resonance distributed circuit model, which can obtain more accurate results than the target impedance method.
The first seven chapters examine transmission line response in terms of voltage and current using distributed circuit parameters.
On the other hand, distributed circuit elements are very well understood and at high frequencies their size is less of a penalty because of the reduced wavelengths.
RF and microwave resonators are lumped element networks or distributed circuit structures that exhibit minimum or maximum real impedance at a single frequency or at multiple frequencies.

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