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In the process of electric network analysis, it is sometimes convenient to transfer a given network to another network such that the transformed network has exactly the same frequency resposne as the original. The new network, however, may have a form which lends itself to more convenient analysis or, if physically realizable, may yield a more convenient practical circuit. Following an outline of a method of transforming networks, a table of network equivalents and several practical illustrations are given.
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