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This paper describes the synthesis of a pulse-forming reactance network shaping a delayed quasi-rectangular pulse at the resistive load when the input step voltage is applied. The derivative of the output response is approximated by delayed positive and delayed negative semiperiods of sine-squared function. Then the real and imaginary parts of the approximated Laplace transform of this quasi-rectangular pulse are expanded in infinite products. Using a finite number of terms in these products one can obtain the required realizable transfer function. The influence of delay on the voltage source efficiency coefficient is also investigated.