Two-Port Network Parameters and Passive Elements


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Two-Port Network Parameters and Passive Elements
10105041010601 Two-Port Network Parameters and Passive ElementsThe two-port equivalent circuits are widely used in RF and microwave circuit design to describe the electrical behavior of both active devices and passive networks [1–4]. The two-port network impedance Z-parameters, admittance Y-parameters, or hybrid H-parameters are very important to characterize the nonlinear properties of the active devices, bipolar or fiel…
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Andrei Grebennikov, Ph.D.: RF and Microwave Power Amplifier Design, Second Edition. Two-Port Network Parameters and Passive Elements, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2015), AccessEngineering Export