impedance matrix

impedance matrix

[im′pēd·əns ‚mā·triks]
(electricity)
A matrix Z whose elements are the mutual impedances between the various meshes of an electrical network; satisfies the matrix equation V = ZI, where V and I are column vectors whose elements are the voltages and currents in the meshes.
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and by substitution of (11) into (10), the scattering parameters are now found in terms of impedance matrix as follows,
Another approach by Jiang [5] and Mimani and Munjal [6] is based on an impedance matrix, which is obtained by either plane wave analysis or the boundary or finite element method.
Consider, for example, the impedance matrix representation of a system in which case we have
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