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Transient Behavior of Electric Wave Filters

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A present-day technique of solving transient problems by means of tables of transform pairs is here discussed. With the aid of these tables, the solution of the network differential equations is reduced to relatively simple algebraic manipulations. The complete results of such solutions yield not only the transient terms but the steady-state solutions as well.

JAES Volume 3 Issue 3 pp. 122-131; July 1955
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