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### 610hw_2

Course: ECE 610, Fall 2009
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Homework ENEE610 Assignment #2, 09/27/2000, LJ Due 10/04/2000 Problem I (50 pts) For the above circuit 1. Find the open-circuit impedance matrix. 2. Find the short-circuit admittance matrix 3. Obtain the current scattering matrix. Problem II (15 pts) If scattering matrix S1 and S2 are both lossless, show that if S = S1 * is S2 lossless. Problem III (35 pts) A 2-port network is called constant-R if loaded with R,...

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Homework ENEE610 Assignment #2, 09/27/2000, LJ Due 10/04/2000 Problem I (50 pts) For the above circuit 1. Find the open-circuit impedance matrix. 2. Find the short-circuit admittance matrix 3. Obtain the current scattering matrix. Problem II (15 pts) If scattering matrix S1 and S2 are both lossless, show that if S = S1 * is S2 lossless. Problem III (35 pts) A 2-port network is called constant-R if loaded with R, the input impedance of the network is still R. 1. Find the condition on the 2-port Y(s) that makes it...

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