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IDENTIFICATION OF EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT BASED ON POLYGON NETWORK FOR NONRECIPROCAL LOSSY N-PORT DEVICE

By L. Zappelli

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Abstract:
In this paper, a technique to identify/synthesize an equivalent circuit of nonreciprocal lossy N-port device is presented. The technique joins the classical procedure discussed in the '60s to the polygon network recently proposed in the literature, which permits to draw an equivalent circuit for reciprocal lossless N-port device in a very simple way. The identi cation is applied to two microwave devices, a reciprocal lossy iris in WR90 waveguide and a 3-port nonreciprocal lossy circulator. The proposed equivalent circuit could give some information about the agreement of the manufactured device and its design, which usually is developed in the hypothesis of ideal lossless components.

Citation:
L. Zappelli, "Identification of equivalent circuit based on polygon network for nonreciprocal lossy n-port device," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 77, 1-20, 2017.
doi:10.2528/PIERB17040307

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