reciprocal impedance

reciprocal impedance

[ri′sip·rə·kəl im′pēd·əns]
(electricity)
Two impedances Z1 and Z2 are said to be reciprocal impedances with respect to an impedance Z (invariably a resistance) if they are so related as to satisfy the equation Z1 Z2= Z 2.
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Caption: Figure 2: (a) Single grounded impedance as a two-port network and (b) general equivalent circuit from a reciprocal impedance matrix.

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