### Abstract

Explicit formulas are derived for analyzing ideal and lossy SC networks of the most general type. Using these formulas a simple analysis method is obtained to compute the frequency-domain responses of multi-phase SC networks containing real resistors. Utilizing these characteristics the time average of the output noise power-density can be determined. If the input stochastic process is white noise, the general derivation of the output spectral density is very hard to obtain in closed form. M. L. Liou and Y. L. Kuo's integrator circuit is used to illustrate the problem and the proposed method.

Original language | English |
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Title of host publication | Proceedings of the Colloquium on Microwave Communication |

Editors | T. Berceli |

Publisher | Elsevier, (Studies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering) |

Pages | 211-212 |

Number of pages | 2 |

ISBN (Print) | 0444989897 |

Publication status | Published - 1986 |

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*Proceedings of the Colloquium on Microwave Communication*(pp. 211-212). Elsevier, (Studies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering).

**GENERAL NOISE ANALYSIS OF IDEAL AND LOSSY SWITCHED-CAPACITOR NETWORKS.** / Tóth, L.; Simonyi, Erno.

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*Proceedings of the Colloquium on Microwave Communication.*Elsevier, (Studies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering), pp. 211-212.

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AB - Explicit formulas are derived for analyzing ideal and lossy SC networks of the most general type. Using these formulas a simple analysis method is obtained to compute the frequency-domain responses of multi-phase SC networks containing real resistors. Utilizing these characteristics the time average of the output noise power-density can be determined. If the input stochastic process is white noise, the general derivation of the output spectral density is very hard to obtain in closed form. M. L. Liou and Y. L. Kuo's integrator circuit is used to illustrate the problem and the proposed method.

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