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1. Experimental Tools a. Hardware. The standard time-domain reﬂectometers used to measure the inhomogeneities of coaxial lines [80, 86,107,108] are the basis of the majority of modern TDS setups. The reﬂectometer consists of a high-speed voltage step generator and a wide-band registering system with a single- or double-channel sampling head. In order to meet the high requirements of TDS measurements, such commercial equipment must be considerably improved. The main problem is because the registration of incident VðtÞ and reﬂected RðtÞ signals is accomplished by several measurements.
Correlation factor g will differ from 1 when hcos yij i 6¼ 0 that is, when dielectric relaxation phenomena in complex materials 7 there is a correlation between the orientations of neighboring molecules. When the molecules tend to direct themselves with parallel dipole moments, hcos yij i will be positive and g > 1. When the molecules prefer to arrange themselves with antiparallel dipoles, then g < 1. Both cases are observed experimentally [6–8]. If there is no speciﬁc correlation, then g ¼ 1. If the correlations are not negligible, detailed information about the molecular interactions is required for the calculations of g.
14] for extracting the logarithmic distribution function of relaxation times, GðtÞ. In contrast to the parametric description of the broadband dielectric spectra considered in our work, the approach of Scha¨fer et al. is essentially nonparametric. These authors used a regularization technique for the construction of the response function through the Fredholm integral equation solution. The approach proposed in Ref. 132 deals with the problem of (a) ﬁnding ﬁtting parameters that describe dielectric data in the frequency domain in a wide frequency band, (b) obtaining a continuous estimation of the ﬁtting parameters via temperature, or (c) ﬁnding any other external parameters.