29 - ECSE 210: Circuit Analysis Lecture#29: Two-Port...

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1 ECSE 210: Circuit Analysis ECSE 210: Circuit Analysis Lecture#29: Two-Port Networks Wed, March 23, 2005 Single-Port Network A B Linear Network Circuit The linear network is connected to the circuit through a single pair of terminals (A-B), called a port . Æ Network is called a single-port or one-port network.
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2 Example: Two port network Æ A single-port network may consist of a single circuit element (e.g. R, L or C) or a complex interconnection of such elements. A B Single port network Example: Single port network A B Single port network
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3 Two-Port Network A B Linear Network Circuit 1 C D Circuit 2 Æ This linear network is called a two-port network. Æ Generally, the terminal pairs or ports are identified as: A-B: input port or the linear network; C-D: output port of the linear network. Example: Two-port network A B Two-port network C D
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4 Two-Port Networks Æ Most practical circuits and systems have at least two ports (an input and an output). Æ
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29 - ECSE 210: Circuit Analysis Lecture#29: Two-Port...

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