Can someone explain this a little ? With regards to just what it is, it's not in the book I have.
mesh/loop analysis is a method of solving linear circuits which is given a bunch of resistors, voltage and current sources interconnected in some way - this technique will help you find current in various parts of the circuit.
And a 2-port network is a bunch of resistors, voltage and current sources interconnect in some way with defined 2 ports, or input/output terminals.
2-port networks can be characterized by parameters, or four numbers configured in a matrix which can completely describe the behavior of the input/output terminals.
there is many 2-port network parameters such as Z, Y, ABCD, or hybrid which can be calculated using a method like the mesh/loop analysis.
hope that helps
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