APPROXIMATE MODEL OF SOLID-STATE COMPONENTS OF TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
A simple electrical model of the solid-state object under investigation as an initial approximation for the problems of tomographic reconstruction and design of telecommunication systems components is proposed. The electrical circuit equivalent to the composition of uniform triangular finite elements has been obtained. Calculations of the equivalent parameters of the solidstate structures are carried out. It is shown that the electrical model proposed displays the properties of solid-state object under study in solving the direct problem qualitatively correct and allows obtaining an analytical solution of the inverse problem.
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