RE: [SI-LIST] : What speed scope should I consider?

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From: Jian Zheng (jian@zeland.com)
Date: Mon Nov 15 1999 - 08:21:42 PST


How do you define transient impedance? Is it defined as Z(t)=V(t)/i(t) ? I
do not understand the physical meaning of it. If a circuit contains any
capacitive or inductive elements, Z(t) will be related to the history and
the current excitation.

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> Does anyone know of any instrument that can measure transient impedance?
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> Arpad Muranyi
> Intel Corporation
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> Quote from previous correspondence:
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> "Network analyzers measure steady state impedance, not transient
> impedance."
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