Analysis and synthesis of linear electrical networks by graphical means
Kammholz, Detlef Bruno
Pirschl, Günther Ferdinand
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This thesis, the result of a literature search conducted at the Naval Postgraduate School, is a collection of different geometrical methods and their applications in respect to network analysis and synthesis in electrical engineering. Part one deals primarily with finding the equivalent of two or more impedances in parallel. The second part is directed towards the application of these methods to the problem of matching two arbitrary impedances in order to obtain maximum power transfer.
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