Investigations of the Miyata synthesis technique.
Carlson, Richard Eric
Parker, Sydney R.
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These investigations generalize Miyata's synthesis of passive driving-point impedance functions by developing a step-by-step computational technique for augmenting a general driving-point impedance to insure that the real part of the augmented impedance is positive term by term. This goal has been accomplished and programmed under the provision that the real part of the original impedance is minimum reactive, i.e., has no zeros on the joo-axis. The latter requirement is not restrictive since zeros on the joo-axis can be removed a priori.
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