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Two-Port Networks

Two-Port Networks

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Two-port network theory provides the theoretical basis for making network measurements. Two-port network theory can be expanded to N-port theory for networks having more than two ports while one-port measurements are essentially a subset of two-port measurements. The simplest of two-port measurements is the gain or transfer function of the device. This assumes a fairly simple model of the device under test. More complete two-port models such as impedance parameters provide a better view of device behavior, while scattering parameters present a twoport model which is consistent with transmission line theory and measurements.

Chapter Contents:

  • 13.1 Sinusoidal Signals
  • 13.2 The Transfer Function
  • 13.3 Improved Two-Port Model
  • 13.4 Impedance Parameters
  • 13.5 Admittance Parameters
  • 13.6 Hybrid Parameters
  • 13.7 Transmission Parameters
  • 13.8 Scattering Parameters
  • 13.9 Transfer Function and s 21
  • 13.10 Why s Parameters?
  • References

Inspec keywords: network analysis; transmission line theory; two-port networks

Other keywords: device under test; scattering parameter; device behavior; two port network theory; network measurement; impedance parameter; two port measurement; two port model; N port theory; transmission line theory; transfer function; one port measurement

Subjects: Distributed linear networks; Transmission line theory; General circuit analysis and synthesis methods

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