I
V
z
By current division,
1 1 o
j
j 1 j
j
I I I
+
1 o 2
jI I V
j
1
2
21
I
V
z
To get
22
z and
12
z , consider the circuit in Fig. (d).
0 ) j j (  1
2
2
22
I
V
z
2 1
jI V
j
2
1
12
I
V
z
Thus,
] [z
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
+ ++ +
0 j
j j 1
I
2
= 0
j
j
1
+
V
1
I
1
(c)
+
V
2
I
o
j
j
1
+
V
1
+
V
2
I
2
I
1
= 0
(d)
   
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(b) To find
11
z and
21
z , consider the circuit in Fig. (e).
5 . 0 j 5 . 1
j 1
j 
j 1 j) (  1 1 j
1
1
11
+
+ + + +
I
V
z
1 2
) 5 . 0 j 5 . 1 ( I V
5 . 0 j 5 . 1
1
2
21
I
V
z
To get
22
z and
12
z , consider the circuit in Fig. (f).
j1.5  1.5 (j)  1 1 j
2
2
22
+ +
I
V
z
2 1
) 5 . 0 j 5 . 1 ( I V
5 . 0 j 5 . 1
2
1
12
I
V
z
I
2
I
1
= 0
j
1
(f)
+
V
1
j
1 j
+
V
2
I
2
= 0
j
1
I
1
(e)
+
V
2
j
1 j
+
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Thus,
] [z
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
+ ++ +
5 . 1 j 5 . 1 5 . 0 j 5 . 1
5 . 0 j 5 . 1 5 . 0 j 5 . 1
ADMITTANCE PARAMETERS
Problem 18.3 Determine the Y parameters for the following circuit.
(a) To find y
11
and y
21
we consider the circuit below.
2
6
1
3
1
1
) 3 / 1 ( ) 3 / 1 (
) 3 / 1 )( 3 / 1 (
3
1
I
I
V
I
y
1
1
1
1
11
+
,
_
1
]
1
+
+
From this we see that I
1
= 2V
1
, In addition, from current division we get
I
2
=
1 1
I
2
1
I
) 3 / 1 ( ) 3 / 1 (
) 3 / 1 (
+
1
I ) 2 / 1 (
I ) 2 / 1 (
V
I
y
1
1
1
2
21
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
+
V
1
I
1
I
2
   
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(b) The following circuit will allow us to find y
22
and y
12
.
2
6
1
3
1
1
) 3 / 1 ( ) 3 / 1 (
) 3 / 1 )( 3 / 1 (
3
1
I
I
V
I
y
2
2
2
2
22
+
,
_
1
]
1
+
+
I
2
= 2V
2
. In addition, we can use current division to get I
1
.
2 1
I
) 3 / 1 ( ) 3 / 1 (
) 3 / 1 (
I
,
_
+
=
2
I
2
1
1
I ) 2 / 1 (
I ) 2 / 1 (
V
I
y
2
2
2
1
12
] y [ S
2 1
1 2
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
Problem 18.4 [18.21] Find the y parameters for the circuit in Figure 18.1.
Figure 18.1
0.1 V
2
10 20 I
1
+
I
1
I
2
+
V
2
4
+
V
1
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
+
V
2
I
1
I
2
   
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Consider the circuit in Fig. (a).
25 . 0
4
4
1
1
1
1
11 1 1
I
I
V
I
y I V
5 5 20
1
2
21 1 1 2
V
I
y V I I
Consider the circuit in Fig. (b).
025 . 0
4
1 . 0
1 . 0 4
2
1
12 2 1
V
I
y V I
6 . 0 6 . 0 1 . 0 5 . 0
10
20
2
2
22 2 2 2
2
1 2
+ +
V
I
y V V V
V
I I
Thus,
] [y S
6 . 0 5
025 . 0 25 . 0
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
Alternatively, from the given circuit,
2 1 1
1 . 0 4 V I V
2 1 2
1 . 0 20 V I I +
Comparing these with the equations for the h parameters, show that
4
11
h , 0.1
12
h , 20
21
h , 1 . 0
22
h
0.1 V
2
10 20 I
1
+
V
1
(a)
+
I
1
I
2
+
V
2
= 0
4
0.1 V
2
10 20 I
1
+
(b)
+
I
1
I
2
4
+
V
1
= 0
V
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Using Table 18.1,
25 . 0
4
1 1
11
11
h
y 025 . 0
4
1 . 0 
11
12
12
h
h
y
5
4
20
11
21
21
h
h
y 6 . 0
4
2 4 . 0
11
h
22
+
h
y
as above.
HYBRID PARAMETERS
Problem 18.5 [18.27] Obtain the h and g parameters of the twoport network shown in
Figure 18.1.
Figure 18.1
Refer to Fig. (a) to get
11
h and
21
h .
100
10
I
1
1
+
V
x
+
V
1
+
10 V
x
50
2
+
V
2
= 0
300
I
2
(a)
100
10
+
V
x
+
10 V
x
50
300
   
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At node 1,
x 1
x x
1
4 300
300
0
100
V I
V V
I
+ (1)
1 1 x
75
4
300
I I V
But + 85 85 10
1
1
11 1 x 1 1
I
V
h I V I V
1 1 1
x x x x
2
75 . 14
300
75
5
75
300 5 300 50
10 0
I I I
V V V V
I
+
75 . 14
1
2
21
I
I
h
To get
22
h and
12
h , refer to Fig. (b).
At node 2,
x 2 2
x 2 2
2
80 9 400
50
10
400
V V I
V V V
I +
+
+
But
4 400
100
2
2 x
V
V V
Hence,
2 2 2 2
29 20 9 400 V V V I +
S 0725 . 0
400
29
2
2
22
V
I
h
25 . 0
4
1
4
2
1
12
2
x 1
V
V
h
V
V V
] [h
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
S 0725 . 0 75 . 14
25 . 0 85
100
10
1
+
V
x
+
V
1
+
10 V
x
50
2
300
(b)
I
1
= 0
+
I
2
V
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To get
11
g and
21
g , refer to Fig. (c).
At node 1,
x 1
x x x
1
V 5 . 14 I 350
350
V 10 V
100
V
I
+ ++ +
+ ++ + (2)
But
x 1 1
x 1
1
10
10
V V I
V V
I
or
1 1 x
10I V V (3)
Substituting (3) into (2) gives
1 1 1 1 1
5 . 14 495 145 5 . 14 350 V I I V I
S 02929 . 0
495
5 . 14
1
1
11
V
I
g
x x x 2
8.4286 10
350
11
) 50 ( V V V V
,
_
1 1 1 1 2
495
5 . 14
) 286 . 84 ( 8.4286 286 . 84 8.4286 V V I V V
,
_
+ +
5.96 5.96
1
2
21 1 2
V
V
g V V
To get
22
g and
12
g , refer to Fig. (d).
100
10
1
+
V
x
+
V
2
+
10 V
x
50
2
300
(c)
+
I
2
= 0 I
1
V
1
100
10
+
V
x
+
10 V
x
50
300
(d)
I
2
+
V
2
I
o
I
o
+
V
1
= 0
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091 . 9 100  10
091 . 9 300 50
10
2 x 2
2
+
+
+
V V V
I
x 2 2
818 . 61 1818 . 7 091 . 309 V V I + (4)
But
2 2 x
02941 . 0
091 . 309
091 . 9
V V V (5)
Substituting (5) into (4) gives
2 2
9 091 . 309 V I
34 . 34
2
2
22
I
V
g
091 . 309
34 . 34
091 . 309
2 2
o
I V
I
) 091 . 309 )( 1 . 1 (
34.34 
110
100 
2
o 1
I
I I
0.101
2
1
12
I
I
g
Thus,
] [g
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
34.34 5.96 
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TRANSMISSION PARAMETERS
Problem 18.6 [18.41] Obtain the t parameters for the network in Figure 18.1.
Figure 18.1
To get a and c , consider the circuit in Fig. (a).
2 2 2
j2 ) 3 j j ( I I V
2 1
jI V
2
j 
j2 
2
2
1
2
I
I
V
V
a
j
j 
1
1
2
V
I
c
j
j3 1
+
(a)
I
2
+
V
1
V
2
I
1
= 0
j j2
j
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To get b and d, consider the circuit in Fig. (b).
For mesh 1,
2 1
j ) 2 j 1 ( 0 I I +
or j 2
j
2 j 1
1
2
+
I
I
j 2

1
2
+
I
I
d
For mesh 2,
1 2 2
j ) 3 j j ( I I V
1 1 1 2
) 5 j 2 ( j ) 2 j  )( j 2 ( I I I V
5 j 2

1
2
+
I
V
b
Thus,
] [t
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
+ ++ +
+ ++ +
j 2  j
5 j 2 2
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARAMETERS
Problem 18.7 [18.45] Prove that the g parameters can be obtained from the z
parameters as
11
11
1
z
g
11
12
12

z
z
g
11
21
21
z
z
g
11
z
22
g
z
j
j3 1
+
(b)
I
2
V
2
j j2
I
1
+
V
1
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For the z parameters
2 12 1 11 1
I z I z V + (1)
2 22 1 21 2
I z I z V + (2)
From (1),
2
11
12
1
11
1
1
I
z
z
V
z
I (3)
Substituting (3) into (2) gives
2
11
12 21
22 1
11
21
2
I
z
z z
z V
z
z
V
,
_
+
or
2
11
z
1
11
21
2
I
z
V
z
z
V
+ (4)
Comparing (3) and (4) with the following equations
2 12 1 11 1
I g V g I +
2 22 1 21 2
I g V g V +
indicates that
11
11
z
1
g ,
11
12
12
z
z 
g ,
11
21
21
z
z
g ,
11
z
22
z
g
as required.
INTERCONNECTION OF NETWORKS
Problem 18.8 Connect two of the circuits from Problem 18.1 in series as shown below.
Determine the z parameters.
1
1
1
1
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Carefully DEFINE the problem.
Each component is labeled completely. The problem is clear if all that is being asked is to
find the z parameters.
PRESENT everything you know about the problem.
This is basically a linear circuit with resistors.
Establish a set of ALTERNATIVE solutions and determine the one that promises the
greatest likelihood of success.
It is clear that all we need to do is to excite the circuit with a current source and make open
circuit measurements as we have done earlier in this chapter.
ATTEMPT a problem solution.
The first thing we need to do is to use circuit reductions to make our calculations easier. The
following circuits are reductions of the above. Please note that the two 1ohm resistors are in
parallel.
1
1
1
1
0.5
1
2.5
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(a) To find z
11
and z
21
requires the following circuit
5 . 3
I
) 5 . 2 1 ( I
I
V
z
1
1
1
1
11
+
and 5 . 2
I
I 5 . 2
I
V
z
1
1
1
2
21
(b) The following circuit can be used to generate z
22
and z
12
.
5 . 3
I
) 5 . 2 1 ( I
I
V
z
2
2
2
2
22
+
5 . 2
I
5 . 2 I
I
V
z
2
2
2
1
12
[z] =
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
5 . 3 5 . 2
5 . 2 5 . 3
EVALUATE the solution and check for accuracy.
Our check for accuracy was successful.
Has the problem been solved SATISFACTORILY? If so, present the solution; if not,
then return to ALTERNATIVE solutions and continue through the process again.
1
2.5
1
+
V
2
+
V
1
I
2
1
2.5
1
+
V
2
+
V
1
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This problem has been solved satisfactorily. However, a concern is raised as to why we
would want a circuit where some of the resistance is lost. So when you report the solution,
you should point out that this looks like something that needs further investigating.
Problem 18.9 Your boss now comes back and asks you to connect the two circuits together
in series as shown in the following circuit.
It is clear that the two circuits are connected by a short, which produces the
following circuit.
The two 1ohm resistors can be combined into a 2ohm resistor and we have this
circuit
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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(a) To solve for z
11
and z
21
we use the following circuit.
4
I
) 1 2 1 ( I
I
V
z
1
1
1
1
11
+ +
2
I
2 I
I
V
z
1
1
1
2
21
(b) We now use the following circuit to determine z
22
and z
12
.
1
2
1
1 1
1
2
1
+
V
2
+
V
1
I
1
1 1
1
2
1
+
V
2
+
V
1
I
2
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4
I
) 1 2 1 ( I
I
V
z
2
2
2
2
22
+ +
2
I
2 I
I
V
z
2
2
2
1
12
[z] =
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
2 4
2 4
Clearly this is a different answer. We again take our results to the boss.
Problem 18.10 Our boss now asks us to determine how to successfully cascade, in series.
Carefully DEFINE the problem.
Now, after trying two different configurations, which, if either, is correct.
PRESENT everything you know about the problem.
Most of what we know is represented in the two previous problems and the fact that the two
circuits need to function in series. We look at some textbooks and find that when two circuits
are connected in series, the z parameters add.
Establish a set of ALTERNATIVE solutions and determine the one that promises the
greatest likelihood of success.
The two previous problems represent two alternatives for connecting the circuits together.
Clearly one of these is not correct. There is a third way of connecting the circuits in series
and that is to connect the two tops together in the center. However, that results in a dead
short from the input to the output. This then is not the answer. We could add the z
parameters together and see what we get.
ATTEMPT a problem solution.
[z] = [z
1
] + [z
1
] = 2[z
1
] =
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
4 2
2 4
2 1
1 2
2
EVALUATE the solution and check for accuracy.
Since this agrees with the solution from the second form of the circuit, it is clear that it is very
important how circuits are cascaded. It can be concluded from this that when two circuits are
cascaded in series, they each must have a common reference. Furthermore, when the circuits
are interconnected, their commons need to be connected together.
   
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Has the problem been solved SATISFACTORILY? If so, present the solution; if not,
then return to ALTERNATIVE solutions and continue through the process again.
This problem has been solved satisfactorily and the results will be presented to the boss..
Problem 18.11 Using two circuits identical to the one in problem 18.3, connect them in
parallel so that the outputs and inputs are connected as shown in the following figure.
Now, calculate the y parameters for this circuit. Our work is made easier if we reduce the
circuit through circuit reduction techniques. Since all of the resistors have the same
value, we can treat them as if they are in parallel with each other. This gives the
following equivalent circuit.
(a) The following circuit is used to calculate y
11
and y
21
.
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/6)
(1/6)
(1/6)
+
V
1
I
1
I
2
(1/6)
(1/6)
(1/6)
   
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4
12
1
6
1
1
) 6 / 1 ( ) 6 / 1 (
) 6 / 1 )( 6 / 1 (
6
1
I
I
V
I
y
1
1
1
1
11
,
_
,
_
,
_
+
+
Since,
1 1
I ) 4 / 1 ( V and
1 1 2
I
2
1
I
) 6 / 1 ( ) 6 / 1 (
) 6 / 1 (
I
,
_
+
1
1
1
2
21
I ) 4 / 1 (
I ) 2 / 1 (
V
I
y
= 2
(b) The following circuit will help us solve for y
22
and y
12
.
4
12
1
6
1
1
) 6 / 1 ( ) 6 / 1 (
) 6 / 1 )( 6 / 1 (
6
1
I
I
V
I
y
2
2
2
2
22
,
_
,
_
+
+
Since, V
2
= I
2
/4 and
2 2 1
I
2
1
I
) 6 / 1 ( ) 6 / 1 (
) 6 / 1 (
I
+
2
I ) 4 / 1 (
I ) 2 / 1 (
V
I
y
2
2
2
1
12
[y] = S
4 2
2 4
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
+
V
2
I
1
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Problem 18.12 Using the circuit in Problem 18.3, connect two of them in parallel so that the
top of one is directly connected to the bottom of the other as shown in the following circuit.
Calculate the y parameters for this circuit.
Our job will be easier if we first reduce the circuit using circuit reduction techniques. It
is immediately clear that the input is directly connected to the output by two shorts. This
produces the circuit below.
This produces a set of y parameters equal to [y] = S
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
. This makes
sense since the short circuit conditions with ideal voltage sources creates infinite currents.
Problem 18.13 Using the circuit from Problem 18.3, determine the proper manner of
connecting two of these circuits in parallel. Our textbooks tell us that if we connect circuits
together in parallel, their y matrices add. Thus,
[y] = [y
1
] + [y
1
] = 2[y
1
] =
1
]
1
1
]
1
4 2
2 4
2 1
1 2
2
Clearly the first attempt at combining two circuits in parallel (Problem 18.11) produces
the above results. Again, it does make a difference how circuits are cascaded. In this case, both
circuits must have a common and those commons are to be joined together in order for the
cascaded circuit to work.
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/3)
(1/6)
   
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COMPUTING TWOPORT PARAMETERS USING PSPICE
Problem 18.14 [18.69] Using PSpice, find the transmission parameters for the network
in Figure 18.1.
Figure 18.1
(a) Since A =
0 I
2
1
2
V
V
and C =
0 I
2
1
2
V
I
D C
B A
=
1 11 1
] ]] ]
1 11 1
8 . 1 4 . 1
8 . 0 4 . 1
APPLICATIONS
Problem 18.15 [18.81] Design an LC ladder network to realize a lowpass filter with
transfer function
1 s 613 . 2 s 414 . 3 s 613 . 2 s
1
) s ( H
2 3 4
+ + + +
This is a fourthorder network which can be realized with the network shown in Fig. (a).
L
3
1 C
2
(a)
C
4
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) s 613 . 2 s 613 . 2 ( ) 1 s 414 . 3 s ( ) s (
3 2 4
+ + + +
s 613 . 2 s 613 . 2
1 s 414 . 3 s
1
s 613 . 2 s 613 . 2
1
) s ( H
3
2 4
3
+
+ +
+
+