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A Note on Zeros of Reflection and Transmission in a Cascade of Lossless Two-Terminal-Pair Networks

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Certain properties of cascade-connected, two-terminal-pair lossless networks are investigated. Particular reference is made to the duo-cascade (two-terminal-pair networks) and the trio-cascade (three two terminal-pair networks). In the first part of the paper, theorems and proofs pertaining to inter-relations among the reflection and transmission coefficients of the complete cascade and the two-terminal-pair networks are presented. In the second part of the paper, a discussion of degenerate transmission zeros is presented. In the third section, the effects on transmission coefficients of adding various right-half s -plane zeros of reflection are investigated. Reflection zeros are added so that the real frequency magnitude of a reflection coefficient is invariant under the addition of reflection zeros.

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Circuit Theory, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 3 )