Computer techniques for synthesis of circuits with wide tolerance components
Sievert, Robert G.
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This investigation is a study of the problem faced by a circuit designer who in the analysis and synthesis of his circuit must use parameters which vary over wide ranges. A technique utilizing a digital computer resulting in design curves is developed. A second technique is demonstrated where the same design curves are obtained by another method employing an analogue computer. Both techniques are applied to a neon plot oconductor circuit and design curves are obtained with each method. The writers wish to express their appreciation for the assistance and encouragement given them by Professor W. Conley Smith of the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School.
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