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INTRODUCTORY 1 General page
Harmonically Varying Quantities
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angular frequency antireciprocal applied voltage approximation branches called circuit elements circuit theory classical elements components condition connected consider cuit defined differential equations driving-point immittance electric circuit electric networks equivalent example finite number four-terminal network Fourier transform given Hence ideal gyrator ideal switch ideal transformer image impedances image parameters image transfer constants impedance looking input insertion loss integral linear amplifier linear circuit linear passive load lossless matched matrix maximum power mesh contour method minimum phase mutual inductance nodes non-linear circuits non-reciprocal network notation obey obtain output passive network pedance phase shift poles and zeros poles of Y(p problem properties quantities rational function reactances real frequency axis reciprocal network relations response restrictions result right-hand half-plane section 49 semicircle shown in figure side Similarly sinusoidal superposition theorem Thevenin's theorem tion transducer transfer immittance transfer impedance transmission line two-terminal values voltage or current voltages and currents Y(jo zeros of Y(p