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p-port active RC networks: Short-circuit admittance-matrix synthesis with a minimum number of capacitors

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A synthesis procedure, easily implemented as a digital computer program, is presented whereby any p \times p matrix Y(s) of real rational functions of the complex frequency variable s can be realized as the short-circuit admittance matrix of a p -port active RC network. The realization requires a minimum number of capacitors- n = degree {Y(s)} -and no more than 2(p+n) inverting common ground voltage-controlled voltage sources. All the capacitors and ports are grounded.

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Circuit Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 6 )