Category: TWO PORT NETWORK

Bridged T Network Analysis

Bridged T Network Analysis: Consider Bridged T Network Analysis as shown in the Fig. 6.15 (a). We can consider bridged T network as a parallel connection of the two networks as shown in the Fig. 6.15 (b). The y-parameters of the overall network can be obtained by adding y-parameters of networks connected in parallel. The […]

Lattice Network

Lattice Network: The lattice network is one of the common four terminal networks. These networks are generally used in filter sections and also used as symmetrical attenuators. Consider the lattice network shown in the Fig. 6.12 (a). The arms with impedances Za and Zd are called series arms while the arms with impedances Zb and […]

pi Network in Network Analysis

π or pi Network in Network Analysis: Consider following two port ’π’ or pi Network type network with assumed voltages V1 and V2 and current I1 end I2 as shown in Fig. 6.11. Let the y-parameters of the above network are represented as follows, We know that, y-parameter for any network can be calculated by […]

T Network

T Network: Consider two port T Network with assumed voltages V1 and V2 and currents I1 and I2 as shown in Fig. 6.10. Let the z-parameters of the above network are represented as follows We know that, the z-parameters for any network can be calculated by open circuiting input and output terminals ie. by making […]

Interconnection of Two Port Network

Interconnection of Two Port Network: Various types of Interconnection of Two Port Network such as series connection of two ports, parallel connection of two ports, cascade connection of two ports etc. Series Connection of Two Ports: Consider two networks N’ and N” are connected in series as shown in Fig. 6.8 (a). When two ports […]