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I I I 59 t I t I . W hicho neo f t he f ollowing oes ig. 5 1n ol i llustrate?

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I 59 I I t I t I . Which one of the following does Fig. 51 nol illustrate? (l) A four-terminal network Y(2) A two-port network (3) A bilateral network (a) An active network (5) A linear network (6) A controlled-source network (7) An h-parameter network Fig. 5l 2. In Fig. 52, what (r) r0 /Q" v (2) s /0o v (3\ 7 .9 t18.4' (7) is the equivalent V Cannot be voltage source for Zy, E2r'! (4) - 6.t9 /29.7o_V (5) -8.62 /t3.2'V (6) -7.9t /t8.4'V calculated from given data. r, _ + Er=to/g r2
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60 3. In Fig. 52, an increase in Rr will affect input impedance &Dd zrr as follows: (l) Will not change either one. (2) Will decrease both. (3) -Will increase both. (4) Will increase zrr xnd not change Zr. (5) Will increase Zi and not change z1s. (6) Will increase Zi and decrease 211. (7) Cannot be determirred. 4. The /rr par4meter for Fig. 53 is (l) 0.5 mho. (3) 0.167 mho. (2) 0.214 mho. * (4) 0.269 mho. (7) Not known*it .grg be calculated Rr_=5 n- Fis. 53 5. In a two-port lineanaasbive network,'such as Fig. 53, the open-circuit reverse transfer impedance and open-circuit forward transfer impedance are: 6b (l) zero and equal. (2) equal and less than unity. (3) unequai and less than unity. (4) unequal and greater than unity. (5) equal and greater than unity. (6) unequal with one greater than unity and one less than unity. (7) equal. (5) 2 mhos. (6) 6 mhos. from the given data.
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1-------- 3) a bilateral n/w
3--------------5) Zi increases but z11 will remain same.
4------------0.269 mho
5------ 5 equal and greater than unity…
-------7) can’t be determined...

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