From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: analytical modelling for propagation delay
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Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 15:49:01 GMT
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On 27 Nov 2002 00:47:10 -0800,
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Entitled: "Re: analytical modelling for propagation delay",
Wrote the following:
|email@example.com (Roy McCammon) wrote in message news:<3DE3ACB7.DF01DDCC@mmm.com.DELETETHIS>...
|> kg wrote:
|> > anyone here doing any research into this area?
|> if you refer to modelling a linear transmission line in
|> TEM mode, that is easily done and has been discussed
|> here more than once.
|No, i'm interested in modelling an inverter's propagation delay
If you use device models for an inverter you will get delay.
You can do this directly with PSpice digital models, which allow
If you're trying to do this behaviorally, yet crisply, use a T-line;
or use an R/C and a comparator.
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