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lab1.11 - ECE 124d/256c Lab1 (part a) Due: Wed Jan. 12,...

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ECE 124d/256c Lab1 (part a) Due: Wed Jan. 12, 2011 (1 week) To submit your labs, you need to make a single compressed archive containing all Hspice *.sp and header *.h files as a compressed tar archive. For example, if the files are in the lab1 directory, type: tar czf lab1_your_name.tgz lab1 Email the resulting *.tgz file to the TA. The write-up should be no more than 2-3 pages long and should be printed for grading, like your homework. Transmission lines can easily be modeled with an incremental RLGC (also known as ‘T’) model as shown in fig 1. The values of R, C, G, and L are derived from the physical information sur- rounding the wire such as its width, height, length, material, and surrounding dielectric media, as well as other wires. You will need to choose a small length of wire which corresponds to a single iteration of the circuit model that provides reasonable accuracy in the simulation. If the segment is too long, the lumped approximation fails-- you get spurious results. If the segment is too small,
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2011 for the course ECE 124d taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at UCSB.

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