## Four Terminal Network Articles:

Symmetrical Network in Network Analysis:
A symmetrical network has two important properties as Characteristic impedance (Z0) Propagation constant (γ) The two networks having the same electrical properties i.e. characteristic impedance (Z0) and propagation constant (γ) are called equivalent networks or identical networks. Characteristic Impedance (Z0): Consider … (Read More)

Asymmetrical Network in Network Analysis: An asymmetrical network has following electrical properties, Iterative impedance Image impedance Image transfer constant Iterative impedance (Z′0): Consider that infinite asymmetrical networks having identical electrical properties are connected in cascade as shown in the Fig. 8.4 (a) and (b). The iterative impedance … (Read More)

Symmetrical T Network in Network Analysis: In line transmission theory, the symmetrical T network is the most frequently used network. The condition in the symmetrical T network is that the total series arm impedance and shunt arm impedance must be Z1 … (Read More)

Symmetrical pi Network in Network Analysis: The Symmetrical pi Network in Network Analysis is another important network in line transmission fulfilling the conditions of total series and shunt arm impedances as Z1 and Z2 respectively. Thus the series arm impedance of … (Read More)

Lattice Network in Network Analysis: The Lattice Network in Network Analysis is a symmetrical and balanced with four arms as shown in the Fig. 8.21 (a). The arms consisting impedance ZA are called series arms of the lattice network. The arms … (Read More)

Half Section in Four Terminal Network: The Half Section in Four Terminal Network can be obtained by splitting symmetrical T and π networks into two identical networks. The half sections obtained by splitting shunt arm of symmetrical T network in two … (Read More)

L Section in Four Terminal Network: L Section in Four Terminal Network is very much similar to half section consisting series and shunt arm impedances Z1 and Z2 respectively as shown in the Fig. 8.28. The ladder network can be analyzed … (Read More)