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parameters

s can be related for the tocircuit


thecurrentsin Fig.
terminal 22  Open-circuit
h19.19.
currents as output admittance
minal
A and D are dimensionless, can
40
be expressed in terms
B is in ohms, and of the
C isterminal
in siemen vo
apply a voltage source
the transmission
open as in Fig. 19.8(a). The procedure parameters
for calculatingprovidethe a direct relationship
h parameters betwee
is similar
 0.625 S, y12  0.125 S, y21  0.375 S, y22  0.125 S.
ort NetworksV1 and  z11 output
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the variables,
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19.7 z12or
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they are
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We y11
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apply
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12 V 2
networks
or current
For Example 19.1.
Our last setport,
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express
60 
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or
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22 2
the
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regular at the
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t. Thus, We obtain
reciprocal I
1
networks,
20 30 2 I =0
h 12  h 21 . This can be proved
independent. in th
The
mHybrid
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Parameters in we matrix
proved formthat as z + z . Figure 19.20 shows the hyb
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a two-port network. y211 aV 1 V
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V1 A IBI
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for another (a)parameters.
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(19.22)
(19.2)
third
22 V
setdIof21 V 2
V
(30 240)I2 Iz121 CV
z 22 2 
parametersIDI
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inverse2 hybrid parameters. These are used
based on making
70  V1I y=and
ParametersThe termsI2 the aredependent
known asvariables. Thus, parameters (or,
the admittance
9.2 IImpedance
2 the 0terminal
1
20 30 currents
2 I
and
857 voltages as
ms are called the +impedance
parameters) and parameters,
have unitsorof simply siemens. z
oltages in terms of the V
have units of
s. Thus, the ideal trans-
ohms.1 The values + V
40 of the parameters
2 can be determined by settin
c d  c d c 1port d short-circuited)
[T] c d 1 
V1the
of
have AV1 B(input
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parameters, h 11 I 2
V
can 12V2 V2 by setting
be hevaluated orIV 
2(19.23)
Ig1 11 01  g12port
0 V(output I2 short-circui
(19.14)
-circuited)
I1 CorI2ID  I
0 (output
2 h21I12  h22V2 port
(b) I
open-circuited).
2 V2  g21V1  g22I2
Thus,
no dependent source in Figure 19.8
ig. 19.5(a). Comparing For Example 19.1: (a) finding z11 and z21,

` the ,trans-y12  `
2) and (19.23) relate the zinput
(b) finding and z .variables I(1V1 and I1) to I1

12 22

bles (VQUESTION:1
and I ). Notice that
Exampleiny11computing
19.1
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ig. 19.7. 2V 1 2 or V 1 V 1 V20 V 2 V10

ers,11I is used rather 12
z , z 
20 I2, because
than the current is I1
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1 Fig.` g19.31, `
1 I20 I I
c d c d c d c d
e z12leaving
 70  the network, as shown y Iin 2 g12asy V
11 , (19.3) 1
2 V1
21  22  [g]
` ` V2
ing
e applythe V2 source as in Fig. 19.1(b).
network
a voltage V240 This Vis1 done
V 0 merely
g221 g22 I2 V 2 V 0I2
z21as
open in Fig. 19.8(a). , z22  1

reasons; Iwhen 1 I20 you cascade two-ports I2 I10 (output to input),


Figure 19.7 V1 +
lintoFig.think
19.9. of I2 Since
QUESTION:2 as Forleaving
Practice the
Example 19.1.Problemtwo-port.19.1 It is also cus-
the y parameters are obtained by short-circuiting the in
60 
wer industry toput consider
port, they I24 asare leaving
also calledthe two-port.
the short-circuit admittance pa
meters
rt parametersare obtained Eqs. by open-circuiting
inSpecifically, (19.22)
1 I and (19.23)
2 I the
= 0 input or out-
provide a
20 30
3
rea circuit
also called the open-circuit
transmits voltage andimpedance current from parameters.
a source
 +
are useful in the yVanalysis 11+  Short-circuit
of transmission
40
inputV admittance
lines (such
1 2

er)Vbecause
2 to the outputthey Figure 19.9
port express  Short-circuit
yFor12Practicesending-end
Prob. 19.1. variables
transfer (V1 and from Iport
admittance 1=0
2 to port 1
circuit
). Then, input impedance
he receiving-end variables (V(a) 2 and I 2). Foradmittance
this rea- from+port 1 to port 2V
(30  40)I2
y 21  Short-circuit transfer z12 =
circuit
led transfer
 70  impedance
transmission parameters. fromThey portI 1are to also
port 2known as

I =0
rs.
I2
They are used y22in
1

the Short-circuit
20
design
30
2

of output admittance
telephone (19.4)
systems, V1
circuit transfer impedance + from port 2 to port 1 V
orks, and radars. V Following 40 Eq. (19.10), + V we obtain y
11 and y 21 by connec
z 22 =
circuit output impedance 1 2

ssion parameters are determined as
rent I1 to port 1 and short-circuiting port 2 as in Fig. 19.12(

2 1 2 1 2

Substituting Eq. (19.2.4) into Eq. (19.2.3) gives


860 Chapter 19 Two-Port Networks
QUESTION:3
100
100  j80I2  j20I2 1 I2   j
j100 For a two-port network that is linear and has
I1 I2
From Eq. (19.2.4), I1  j2(j)  2. Thus, the transfer admittances are equal (y12  y21). Th
+ z11 = 40 + same way as for the z parameters. A reciprocal netw
I1  2+l0 A, I  1l
z122 = j20 90 A modeled by the -equivalent circuit in Fig. 19.13(
100 0 V V1 V2 10
z21 = j30 reciprocal, a more general equivalent network is
z22 = 50
I1 I2 I1
.2 Figure
Calculate I1 and I2 in 19.10
the two-port of Fig. 19.11. y12
QUESTION:4 For Example 19.2. + + +

V1 y11 + y12 y22 + y12 V2 V1 y11 y


I1 I2 y12V2 y21V1
Solution: 2
This is not a reciprocal network.
+ Wez may use the equivalent
+ circuit in
11 = 6 (a) (b)
Fig. 19.5(b) but we can also use Eq.z12 =(19.1)
j4 directly. Substituting the
30 + V Figure 19.13 V2
2 V Eq. (19.1), z21 = j4
given z parameters into 1
(a) z-equivalent
=8 circuit (for reciprocal case only), (b) general equivalent circuit.
22
V1 40I1  j20I2 (19.2.1)

Figure 19.11 V2  j30I1  50I2 (19.2.2)


Since we areFor
QUESTION:5 Example
Practice
looking for I1 and19.3
Prob. 19.2.
I2, we substitute Obtain the y parameters for the network sho

9.3 Admittance Parameters


V1  100l0,2 V2  10I2861 Solution:
Answer: 200l30 mA, 100l120 mA.
into Eqs. (19.2.1) and (19.2.2), which become
4 8 METHOD 1 To find y11 and y21, short-circ
wn in Fig. 19.16. 100 Problem
Practice 40I1  j20I19.3
2 (19.2.3)
connect a current source I1 to the input port as
3 Admittance Parameters 861
10I2  j30I21  50I2 6 1 I1  j2I2the 8- resistor is short-circuited, the 2- resi
(19.2.4)
mS, y22  136.36 mS. Figure 19.14 the 4- resistor. Hence,
Substituting Eq.For
wn in Fig.QUESTION:6
19.16. (19.2.4)
Practice
Exampleinto Eq. (19.2.3) gives
Problem
19.3. 19.3
V1  I1(4 7 2)  I1,
4 I1
4 100 y11  
3 V1
mS, y22  136.36 mS.100  j80I2  2j20I 2 16 I2 
j100
 j
By current division,
From Eq. (19.2.4), I1  j2(j)  24. Thus,
Figure 19.16
For Practice Prob. 19.3. 4 2 I2
I1  2 0 A, I2  1 90 A I 2  I1  I1, y21  
l l 42 3 V1
Figure 19.16 To get y12 and y22, short-circuit the input port
hown in Fig. 19.17. For Practice Prob.Example
19.3. 19.4 source I2 to the output port as in Fig. 19.15(b
QUESTION:7
short-circuited so that the 2- and 8- resistor
19.2 Calculate I1 and I2 in theI1two-port of Fig.
2 2i I19.11.
2

V2  I2(8 7 2)  I2,
8 I2 I2
us example.
own To get y11
in Fig. 19.17. + Example 19.4
+ y22  8
which port 2 is short- 5 V2 5I
I1 I2
I1 Vi1 2 84 8
4 V2 = 0
2i
t 1. At node 1, By current division,
z11 = 6
+ +
usexample.
0 To get y11 8 4 I1
which port 2 is short- z12 = j4
2 I1  I2  I2, y12  
2 30 V i +
V1 V2 82
4
1. At node 1,
z = j4
8 (a) 4 21 5 V2
z22 = 8

0 I1
Figure 19.17 2 2
I2 METHOD 2 Alternatively, comparing Fig. 1
4 For Example
Figure 19.11
+
19.4. + 1
For Practice Prob. 19.2. y12   S  y21
V1 = 0 4 8 V2 I2 2
I1
g22
I2 Thus, the inverse hybrid parameters are specific
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+ PM Page 866 g11  Open-circuit input admitta
QUESTION:8
V1 g11 Practice Problem
g12I2 + g V19.4V2 g12  Short-circuit
Obtain the y parameters for the circuit in Fig.
reverse curre1
21 1
6 2
g21  Open-circuit forward volta
Answer: y11  0.625 S, y12  0.125 S, y21  0
g22  Short-circuit output imped
Figureio19.21
The g-parameter Figure 19.21 shows the inverse hybrid model
3 model of2iao two-port
866
network. The g 19
Chapter parameters
Two-Portare frequently used to model
Networks

19.4 Hybrid Parameters 865 19.4 Hybrid Parameters


At the output,
Figure 19.19 The z and y parameters of a two-port network d
For Practice Prob. 19.4. I2  0
19.4 QUESTION:9
Hybrid Parameters Example 19.5 865 there
Find is
thea hybrid
need forparameters
developingfor
another set of param
the two-port net
Substituting
parameters isEqs.
based(19.6.5) and (19.6.6)
on making V1 and Iinto
2 theEqs
dep
2 3 we obtain
obtain
Solution:
To find h11 and h21, we 60short-circuit
 40I1  hthe output po
11I1  h12V
6 source I1 to the input portVas1  h11I1inFig.
shown h1219.23
V2
or
g. 19.24. Practice Problem 19.5 V I2  h21I137 h
I1(2 6)22
V24I
60 1 (h11  40)I1  h12V1
Figure 19.22 3 Hence,
and
 400 mS.
22
Fig. 19.24.
QUESTION:10 Practice
For Problem
Example 19.5. 19.5 V1
0  h21I1  hh2211V2  4 I1 
1
2 3 5 I1
h22  400 mS.
2 3 I2 Also, substituting
Now from Fig. 19.23(a) we obtain,
Eq. (19.6.8) by(19.6.7)
into Eq. current
Figure 19.242 5
60  cI
+ + 6 h22 2
For Practice Prob. 19.5. 2 
(h 11  40) I1  h
I1
I1 V1 6 V2 = 0 6  3 h21 3 12
Figure 19.24 or
Hence,
QUESTION:11 For Practice Prob. 19.5.
t port of the circuit in Example 19.6 60 I2 2
(a) VTh  V2   h
(h11  40)hh2221h21I 
h 12 3 12
I1 = 0 402 3 I2
1
ut port of the circuit in Example 19.6 Substituting
To obtain h12theand
values
h22,ofwetheopen-circuit
h parameters,
the inp
h11 = 1 k
ure, keeping in mind the +
40 h12 = 2 voltage source V2 to the output
60  port
10 as in Fig
60 V + + V   29.69
h model. To obtain ZTh, V1 6 21 = 10
h V2 division, Th
h22
h11= =200 S
1 k 20.21
nd apply a 1-V voltage
dure, keeping in mind the h12 = 2 6 2
a). From Eq. (19.14),
h model. To obtain ZTh, 60 V + V1  V2  V2
h21 = 10
(b) h22 = 200 S
63 3
and apply a 1-V(19.6.1)
voltage Figure 19.25
QUESTION:12
6(a). From Eq. (19.14),
For Practice
Example
Figure 19.6.Problem 19.6
19.23 Find the impedance at the input port of the circ
Hence,
(19.6.2) For Example 19.5: (a) computing h11 and
(19.6.1) hFigure 19.25
21, (b) computing h12 and h22.
V1 2
into Eqs. (19.6.1) and For Example 19.6.
Answer: 1.6667 k. h12  
h11 = 2 k V2 3
(19.6.2) h = 104 12
h21 = 100 50 k Also,
sehinto
12 Eqs. (19.6.1) and
(19.6.3) h22 = 105 S
0  h11 V2  (3  6)I2  9I2
h12 (19.6.4)
(19.6.3)
40  h11 Zin
I1 I2
Figure 19.27
(19.6.4) For Practice Prob. 19.6.
h12  h2240 +
s 40 40 V1
I1
[h]
I2
1V +

1h12  h2240 +
 1)
mpedance
(19.29)
e
ain QUESTION:13 Example 19.7 Find the g parameters as functions of s for the c


in ohms and siemens, 1H 1F Solution:
1 In the s domain,
smission parameters, a
1
1H 1 sL  s, 1F 1

1 (19.30) Figure 19.28 To get g11 and g21, we open-circuit the outpu
the g parameters in the
QUESTION:14 Practice
For Problem
Example 19.7. 19.7 voltage source V1 to the input port as in Fig. 19.2
as the transfer imped- 1H 1H V1
ly, we will be able to I1 
s1
30) from the fact that
.
1 1

Figure 19.30
For Practice Prob. 19.7.
networkQUESTION:15
in Fig. 19.32. Example 19.8
I1 3I1 I2
10
open as in Fig. 19.33(a) +
ers
he input port. We have
l20I
voltages and currents 20
1  3I1  17I1
ould be dependent vari-
ny sets of parameters.
Figure 19.32
I1 For Example 19.8.
 0.0588 S
17I1
port so that V2  0 as
ce V1 at the input port.
gives

(19.8.1)