atlcor some of the other complex programs, although man pages are perfectly adequate for programs such as
coax(1), dualcoax(1) and sysdata(1). The HTML documentation is ususally better, but in the tradition of UNIX systems, man pages are present. All the HTML formatted man pages were generated with the aid of man2html by firstname.lastname@example.org This has some quite severe problems with some pages, so they don't look too good at all.
atlc(1)This is the main finite-difference calculation routine.
coax(1)Computes impedance of standard coax or eccentric coax. See also
create_bmp_for_circ_in_circ(1)For a circular conductor inside a circular conductor.
create_bmp_for_circ_in_rect(1)For a circular conductor inside a rectangular one
create_bmp_for_rect_in_rect(1)For quickly generating bitmaps of rectangular conductors inside rectangular conductors.
create_bmp_for_rect_cen_in_rect(1)For quickly generating bitmaps of rectangular conductors placed centrally inside rectangular conductors.
create_bmp_for_rect_cen_in_rect_coupler(1)For quickly generating bitmaps of a coupler with think conductors rectangular conductors placed centrally inside rectangular conductors.
create_bmp_for_rect_in_circ(1)Currently the programme has not been finished
create_bmp_for_symmetrical_stripline(1)For quickly generating bitmaps of thin conductor between two wide groundplanes. Since exact analytical results exist, this is good for testing atlc
create_bmp_for_stripline_coupler(1)For quickly generating bitmaps of directional couplers like this
design_coupler(1)is quite complex and probably best understood with the use of the HTML-formatted pages, rather than a man page, but one exists for completeness. Running
design_coupler -egives a complete example of the use of
dualcoax(1)Computes impedance of a coaxial cable with two concentric dielectrics. See also
readbin(1)For finding information on the binary files produced.
sysdata(1)For gathering some hardware infomation.