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2 port network

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Homework Statement


zad.jpg


Homework Equations




3. The Attempt at a Solution

Z11 8 + 6
Z12 6
Z21 6
Z22 6

V1 = Z11 I1 + Z12 I2
V2 = Z21 I1 + Z22 I2


 

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gneill
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Was there a question to go with this?

We won't just confirm raw answers; you need to how your work.
 
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I just follow course notes. The question is exactly as above.
 
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The example above is slightly different than taught ones hence the question.
 
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zad 2.jpg

This is what I came across and that is where my attempt comes from. cheers. Am I on the right track?
 
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gneill
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Once again, we don't confirm guesses.

Rather than trying to extrapolate a guess from a given example I'd suggest using the definitions of the individual z-parameters. Your text or course notes should define them in terms of port currents and voltages. Barring that, Wikipedia does a reasonable job showing their definitions. With them you can find the parameters for a 2-port network and be confident in the results.

You probably won't have handy examples to work from on an exam ;)
 

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