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Parallel Interconnection of n-Port Networks

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In this paper, parallel interconnection of n -port networks without transformers is considered, and a necessary and sufficient condition is given, under which the short-circuit admittance matrix ( Y matrix) of the resultant n -port is equal to the sum of Y matrices of the component n -ports. The given condition applies to nonsingular n -port networks containing a finite number of linear, lumped, and reciprocal R, L, and C elements. A possible application of the results to the RLC n -port synthesis problem is indicated.

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Circuit Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 3 )