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Wide-band network characterization by Fourier transformation of time-domain measurements

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A novel method of measuring driving-point and transfer impedance over a wide spectrum rapidly and with good accuracy uses a digital computer to transform the pulse response of a network into the frequency domain. A sampling oscilloscope provides the time transformation needed for data acquisition. The method and laboratory technique are discussed. Experimental data show agreement within 12 percent between the data from a single pulse measurement and bridge measurements over a band of 40 harmonic frequencies, i.e., 25-1000 MHz. Fundamental accuracy and bandwidth are believed to be substantially greater than these figures.

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 4 )