Chapter 08: Two Port Networks

A two-port network is an electrical network (circuit) or device with two pairs of terminals to connect to external circuits.


In general, it is easy to analyze any electrical network, if it is represented with an equivalent model, which gives the relation between input and output variables. For this, we can use two port network representations. As the name suggests, two port networks contain two ports. Among which, one port is used as an input port and the other port is used as an output port. The first and second ports are called as port1 and port2 respectively.


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