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Fractal immittance, expressed by an admittance s^{a} (0<|a|<1), is simulated by the analog circuits composed of finite numbers of conventional elements, resistance *R*, capacitance *C* and inductance *L*, based on the distributed-relaxation-time models. The correlation between the number of *R*-*C* or *R*-*L* pairs and the optimum pole interval to give the widest bandwidth is estimated for each *a*-value by the numerical calculation for each circuit against a given criterion with respect to the phase angle. It is found that the bandwidth of 5 decades with a phase-angle error of

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- IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals Vol.E82-A No.8 pp.1627-1635

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- 1999/08/25

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Michio SUGI, Yoshiaki HIRANO, Yasuhiro F. MIURA, Kazuhiro SAITO, "Simulation of Fractal Immittance by Analog Circuits: An Approach to the Optimized Circuits" in IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals,
vol. E82-A, no. 8, pp. 1627-1635, August 1999, doi: .

Abstract: Fractal immittance, expressed by an admittance s^{a} (0<|a|<1), is simulated by the analog circuits composed of finite numbers of conventional elements, resistance *R*, capacitance *C* and inductance *L*, based on the distributed-relaxation-time models. The correlation between the number of *R*-*C* or *R*-*L* pairs and the optimum pole interval to give the widest bandwidth is estimated for each *a*-value by the numerical calculation for each circuit against a given criterion with respect to the phase angle. It is found that the bandwidth of 5 decades with a phase-angle error of

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