admittance matrix

admittance matrix

[əd′mit·əns ′mā·triks]
(electricity)
A matrix Y whose elements are the mutual admittances between the various meshes of an electrical network, it satisfies the matrix equation I = YV, where I and V are column vectors whose elements are the currents and voltages in the meshes.
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Since the circuit components are modeled in the form of impedance or admittance, the circuit can be solved by impedance or admittance matrix method.
We can also express the relationship between voltages (V's) and currents (I's) in terms of a nonlinear large-signal admittance matrix D, as follows