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Triode Network Topology

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The 0- and 1-cell elements of topology are identified with a single terminal-pair and a two-terminal-pair transmission network, rather than with a single-terminal (or node) and a one-terminal-pair (or branch), respectively, in order to facilitate topological consideration of unilateral transmission networks, as typified by the triode valve. It is shown that even the simplest triode network has a feedback interpretation; in more general networks, several signal transmission loops may be distinguished, including both inverting and noninverting unilateral paths.

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IRE Transactions on Circuit Theory  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 2 )