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On the Realization of Right-Half Plane Transmission Zeros

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A method is given of modifying a number of passive two-port networks so that they all realize their respective specified short-circuit transfer admittances within the same constant multiplier without affecting their short-circuit driving point admittances. This technique is useful in the realization of right-half plane transmission zeros of a specified open-circuit voltage transfer function wherein the two sub-networks, before interconnecting them in a particular fashion, have to be made to realize their respective specified short-circuit transfer admittances within the same constant multiplier. When the specified open-circuit voltage transfer function has all simple negative real zeros, an alternative method of decomposing it, so that the resulting network has a fewer number of elements, is also indicated.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 1 )

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March 1968

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