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Realization of resistively terminated two-variable lossless ladder networks

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A major problem to be solved in the design of two-dimensional wave digital filters is the realization of a resistively terminated two-variable analog reference network satisfying the prescribed specifications. This paper presents a simple procedure for the realization of a two-variable doubly (resistively) terminated low-pass ladder network with all transmission zeros ats_{1} = inftyands_{2} = infty(in the complex{S_{1}, S_{2}}biplane). The transfer function of the realized network will not have nonessential singularities of first or second kind in the closed right half of{S_{1}, S_{2}}planes including infinite distant points, so the analog network realized can be converted into a 2-D wave digital filter with guaranteed stability. The realization is obtained using the two-variable approach.

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Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 12 )

Date of Publication:

Dec 1982

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