Applied Scientific Research, Section B

, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp 1–74 | Cite as

Inter-reciprocity applied to electrical networks

  • J. L. Bordewijk
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Summary

As an extension of the concept of reciprocity a new concept calledinterreciprocity is introduced. The latter concept applies to both reciprocal and non-reciprocal structures. On behalf of the use of inter-reciprocity for electrical network investigations a unique topological network operation, calledtransposition, has been devised in such a way that a network and its transpose are inter-reciprocal. This transposition is applied in a number of direct calculations as well as in considerations of a more general character concerning transmission and noise properties of gyrator, triode and transistor networks.

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© Martinus Nijhoff 1957

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. L. Bordewijk
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  1. 1.Staatsbedrijf der P.T.T.Den HaagNetherlands

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