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A technique is presented for the synthesis of lossless networks open-circuited at one end and paralleled across a single resistance at the other end. The synthesis is for prescribed transfer impedances between the open-circuited terminals and the resistive termination. Such networks can be applied to a variety of frequency multiplexing problems, including the design of multichannel amplifiers. Examples are included, and some practical limitations of such networks are considered.