On the Passivity of the Delay-Rational Green’s-Function-Based Model for Transmission Lines
In this paper, we study the delay-rational Green’s-function-based (DeRaG) model for transmission lines. This model is described in terms of impedance representation and it contains a rational and a hyperbolic part. The crucial property of transmission lines models is to be passive. The passivity of the rational part has been studied by the authors in a previous work. Here, we extend the results to the rational part of the DeRaG model. Moreover, we prove the passivity of the hyperbolic part.
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