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On the Brune Process for n-Ports

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The Brune process for n -ports, established by Oono, McMillan, and Tellegen, is derived by an alternative method based on successive series and shunt extractions of passive n -ports containing fictitious complex resistances, which are finally eliminated by a simple equivalence transformation. The method is also applied to nonreciprocal n -ports, thus establishing that such an n -port of degree m is realizable with not more than m reactive elements. For reciprocal n -ports, the new derivation of Brune's process clarifies the physical structure of the reactive 2n -port generalizing Brune's section and yields explicit formulas for its element values.

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Circuit Theory, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 3 )