### COMPARISON OF MEMRISTOR MODELS FOR MICROWAVE CIRCUIT SIMULATIONS IN TIME AND FREQUENCY DOMAIN

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*As reported in the open literature, there are many memristor models for the circuit-level simulations. Some of them are not particularly suitable for microwave circuit simulations. At RF/microwave frequencies, the memristor dynamics become an important issue for the transition process. In this paper we present a number of different SPICE memristor model groups. Each group is explained using representative models, which are analysed and compared from the microwave circuit analysis viewpoint. We consider the model behaviour at RF/microwave frequencies and the memristance setting issues. Results are compared and the best models are recommended.*

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