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Letter from Mr. Deards [comments on Vratsanos' theorem]

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As reported in the September, 1957 issue of these TRANSACTIONS, J. Vratsanos [in "Calculation of current distribution in & linear network," Arch. Elekt. Uberfr., vol. 11, pp. 70-80; February, 1957] observes that if a current I flows through a linear 1-port, the impedance between the 2 terminals being R, then the current i flowing through any impedance T of the network is given by a particular relation. The commentor provides a proof of the theorem that seems to be simpler and more direct than that given by Vratsanos.

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Circuit Theory, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 2 )