Handout_5_Appendix_2

# Handout_5_Appendix_2 - A LINEAR networkcanbe representedy a voltagesourceV6gin series b with a resistor r This is knownasthe R Netrvork ttT o4

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A LINEAR network can be represented by a voltage source V6g in series with a resistor Rr. This is known as the @ Netrvork ttT V6gis the open-circuit (i.e., I1ps1:0) voltage between two nodes of the original network. R7 is the resistance two nodes of the original network with all independent sources set to zero. Example o4 n ,ltffrrO ^ d -t Fro'.f.+, :Uoe Vah ",3u "3,?:, :' flr=6n//e ,i 6rc ilrK T ,ArO O. C. + tk) B:K th, a? rla ? .- 6k r#r ThW,tFF6*'4.f t.6l

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'0"0 + A LINEAR network can be represented by a current source.Isc in parallel with a resistor Rr. This is known as the Norton Equivalent Network. r| t" Isc: - ^Is is the short-circuit (i.e., Vrssr:0) current flowing between the two nodes of the original network. R7 is the resistance between
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## This note was uploaded on 03/30/2010 for the course EE 101A taught by Professor Wong during the Winter '08 term at Stanford.

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Handout_5_Appendix_2 - A LINEAR networkcanbe representedy a voltagesourceV6gin series b with a resistor r This is knownasthe R Netrvork ttT o4

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