quadripole

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quadripole

(ˈkwɒdrɪˌpəʊl)
n
(General Physics) physics an electric circuit with two input and two output terminals
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Standard Network Analyzers can be configured to measure several types of two-port network parameters including impedance, admittance, transmission, and scattering parameters.
In Section II methods of calculating the phase frequency response of the DL (model based on the concept of an ideal transmission line, model based on the theory of two-port network, and the model, which combined S-matrix technique and the method of moments) will be pointed out.
The R&S ZNBT also offers the high RF performance of a two-port network analyzer at each of its test ports.
By introducing two current ratios, namely K and R, to make the four-port network to two-port network, and the two-port network Zmatrix of Fig.
Thus, by tuning the dumpy pin, the two-port network is matched, and [[lambda].
The full two-port network analyzer also can produce and display single-connection measurement of all four S-parameters in multiple formats including Smith chart and polar.
Among the topics are representation of the microwave two-port network, FET small signal modeling and parameter extraction, FET nonlinear modeling and parameter extraction, and artificial neural network modeling techniques.
To measure a three-port device with a two-port network analyzer, the device must be measured three times, as illustrated in Figure 15.
For a two-port network, four S-parameters completely describe the behavior of a linear DUT when excited by a sine wave at a particular frequency.
The authors have organized the main body of their text in eight chapters devoted to two-port network parameters, power amplifier design fundamentals, an overview of broadband power amplifiers, the distributed amplification concept and its design methodology, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
This equation can easily and exactly obtain the input impedance of any two-port network using ABCD matrix for the complex impedance transforming.
Considering the linear approximate model, the linear equivalent network can be designed as a lossy two-port network as appropriate.