Compact models for wireless systems
Condon, Marissa and Grahovski, Georgi G. (2010) Compact models for wireless systems. In: RIA Research Colloquium - Wireless as an Enabling Technology: Innovation for a critical infrastructure, 22 April 2010, Dublin, Ireland.
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For the design and analysis of wireless systems,
complex simulations are required and performed. Model order
reduction techniques enable greater efficiencies to be achieved and concomitantly, a reduction in memory-resource usage. However, maintaining a certain level of accuracy is paramount. In this contribution, two techniques are combined to enable the formation of a compact model of a high-order system, structure or component. The first is a Krylov subspace method which reduces the original model to a moderate size and the second is a Fourier series expansion method that enables speed and ease of determination of the time-domain responses of the system to
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