Splitting the Network into Two Cross-Coupled Components - Imaginary and Real

The REAL part
and the IMAGINARY part, and running them simultaneously on the simulator.

The amplitude
of voltage at any given point of original network may be calculated by the
square root of the sum of squares of the imaginary and real components
of the equivalent circuit.

The rules for
breaking the circuit into the two sub circuits are given in our earlier
papers, which are referenced in the printed
proceeding.