The theoretical relationship between broadband electrical input impedance and peak instantaneous input current and power is investigated. Specific voltage-limited, band-limited input signals and energy constraints are considered. A nominal resistance associated with a complex impedance is defined so that peak transient current can be predicted without transient testing.
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