I'm looking for a good distributed circuits book.. Does anyone have recommendation ?
I would definitely check out "The Art of Electronics" by Horowitz and Hill, it's the best circuits book I've read. It's slightly dated (second edition), though still completely relevant. Keep in mind the third edition may be coming out as early as January.
Here is a pretty good free online textbook.
What's a distributed circuit?
What I meant by that was distributed element model.
I looked into Horowitz's at amazon, but I'm not sure if it covers the topic. Does it ?
You mean like for modelling transmission lines?
And no, H&H's AoE book doesn't really cover this. There is a short section on transmission lines in the chapter on High-Frequency and High-Speed Techniques, but I don't see a distributed element approach (I only have the 1st Edition, but I doubt the 2nd Edition has much more on this).
How about the References and Bibliography at the end of the wikipedia article linked above? Would any of those books give you what you want?
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