The standalone program multidec produces a subcircuit for multiconductor lossy transmission lines in terms of uncoupled (single) simple lossy lines. This decomposition is valid only if the following hold:
The subcircuit is sent to the standard output and is intended to be included in an input file.
The command-line options for multidec are as follows:
-l< self-inductance Ls>
-c< self-capacitance Cs>
-r< series-resistance R>
-g< parallel-conductance G>
-k< coeff-of-inductive-coupling K>
-x< mutual-capacitance Cm>
The inductive coupling coefficient K is the ratio of Lm to Ls. Values for -l, -c, -o, -n and -L must be specified.
multidec -n4 -l9e-9 -c20e-12 -r5.3 -x5e-12 -k0.7 -otest -L5.4
This utility was written by J.S. Roychowdhury for use with the lossy transmission line model .