# Frequency Domain Equivalent Circuit

### Circuits I Example - Frequency Domain Equivalent Circuit

This video examines the process for converting a circuit in the time domain to the frequency domain using impedances and phasor transforms. University of California Davis

*Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x47zKzHbFmE*

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^{}### AC Circuit Analysis- Time to Frequency Domain Conversion

Converting a circuit from the time to the frequency domain is only done for AC circuits since AC circuits are the only circuits in which the power source has a frequency that is greater than 0 Hz. In DC circuits the frequency of the source is 0 Hz. Therefore reactive components such as capacitors and inductors are neutral so there would be no need to analyze it in the frequency domain

*Link: http://www.learningaboutelectronics.com/Articles/AC-circuit-analysis-time-to-frequency-domain.php*

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^{}### S-Domain Analysis - CAE Users

s-Domain Circuit Analysis Time domain t domain Complex frequency domain s domain Linear Circuit Differential equation Classical techniques Response

*Link: http://homepages.cae.wisc.edu/~ece902/LectureNotes/Simulation_1up/lec3c.pdf*

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^{}### Partial element equivalent circuit - Wikipedia

A 10x10x10 cm cube is modelled in the frequency domain. The cube is excited with a unitary current pulse in one corner. A 19x43x38 cm LxWxT case with one opening 19x10 in the front is modeled in the time domain. Partial element equivalent circuit method PEEC is partial inductance calculation used for interconnect problems from early 1970s which is used for numerical modeling of

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^{}### SPICE Equivalent Circuits of Frequency Domain Responses

The paper proposes a method for the synthesis of SPICE-compatible broad-band electrical models of frequency-domain responses approximated by rational functions.

*Link: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/3056599_SPICE_Equivalent_Circuits_of_Frequency_-_Domain_Responses*

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^{}### Thevenin Equivalent and Norton Equivalent Circuits

You can quickly test this by clicking any of the circuits original or Thevenin equivalent with a test current source above then clicking Simulate Frequency Domain and finally Run Frequency Domain Simulation.

*Link: https://www.circuitlab.com/textbook/thevenin-equivalent-and-norton-equivalent-circuits/*

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^{}### Impedance in the Frequency Domain Signal Integrity

3.7 Impedance in the Frequency Domain. The important feature of the frequency domain is that the only waveforms that can exist are sine waves. We can only describe the behavior of ideal circuit elements in the frequency domain by how they interact with sine waves sine waves of current and sine waves of voltage.

*Link: http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=102225&seqNum=7*

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^{}### SPICE equivalent circuits of frequency-domain responses

Abstract The paper proposes a method for the synthesis of SPICE-compatible broad-band electrical models of frequency-domain responses approximated by rational functions.

*Link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/1223619/*

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^{}### Impedance and frequency-domain Physics Forums

In the time domain you can only calculate the impedance of the circuit for specific frequencies. At the resonant frequency you have a pure resistance below or over the resonant frequency you have complex impedances either RC or LC.

*Link: https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/impedance-and-frequency-domain.152809/*

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^{}### Time domain to Frequency domain Conversion Need of Fourier Transform

After watching this video you will be able to 1. Convert a time domain signal in to Frequency domain signal. 2. Explain need of Fourier Transform.

*Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5foHK_K151w*

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