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3.7: References

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    [1] S. Mason, “Feedback theory-some properties of signal flow graphs,” Proc. of the IRE, vol. 41, no. 9, pp. 1144–1156, Sep. 1953.

    [2] A. Tustin, Direct Current Machines for Control Systems. The Macmillan Company, 1956.

    [3] N. Balabanian, Fundamentals of Circuit Theory. Allyn and Bacon, 1961.

    [4] J. Abrahams and G. Coverley, Signal Flow Analysis. Pergamon Press, 1965.

    [5] J. Distefano, A. Stubberud, and I. Williams, Theory and Problems of Feedback Control Systems. McGraw-Hill, 1990.

    [6] S. Mason, “Feedback theory-further properties of signal flow graphs,” Proc. of the IRE, vol. 44, no. 7, pp. 920–926, Jul. 1956.

    [7] P. Smith, Electronic Applications of the Smith Chart: In Waveguide, Circuit, and Component Analysis. SciTech Publishing, 2000.

    [8] ——, “Transmission line calculator,” Electronics, 1939.

    [9] ——, “An improved transmission-line calculator,” Electronics, 1944.

    [10] ——, “R.F. transmission line nomographs,” Electronics, vol. 22, pp. 112–117, Feb. 1949.

    [11] M. Steer, Microwave and RF Design, Transmission Lines, 3rd ed. North Carolina State University, 2019.


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