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This paper considers an RLC transfer-function synthesis based on an extension of a real part decomposition technique as applied to the synthesis of a class of driving-point immitances. The basic concept is due to a valuable relationship between the short-circuit parameters existing in the network (connected as a two-terminal-pair network) realized for a driving-point admittance function by the real part decomposition technique using its simplest decomposition form. The synthesis procedure involves defining a suitable half-admittance matrix from the prescribed transfer function, such that a network can be realized by the real part decomposition technique alone. While the procedure represents merely a further exploitation of the real part decomposition technique, it is, however, extremely simple to apply, and can be considered an alternative to the already existing RLC transfer-function synthesis procedures.