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Reciprocity and passivity

Reciprocity and passivity

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Passive systems are either true passive or quasipassive, depending on whether they come to thermal equilibrium with their surroundings. It follows from the principle of microscopic reversibility that any true-passive linear 2-port must be reciprocal if it does not incorporate a static magnetic field.

Inspec keywords: passive networks

Subjects: Circuit theory

References

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      • L. Onsager . Reciprocal relations in irreversible processes. Phys. Rev. , 405 - 426
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