mutual admittance

mutual admittance

[′myü·chə·wəl ad′mit·əns]
(electricity)
For two meshes of a network carrying alternating current, the ratio of the complex current in one mesh to the complex voltage in the other, when the voltage in all meshes besides these two is 0.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Where [[bar.Y].sub.23] is the mutual admittance between the output ports.
DETERMINATION OF THE MUTUAL ADMITTANCE BETWEEN THE OUTPUT PORTS
In order to obtain the mutual admittance between the output ports namely [[bar.Y].sub.23].
Finally, from (A6), one can obtain the mutual admittance between output ports as
Here, we 1) apply our newly developed MLGFIM to calculate the mutual admittance matrices and the radiation patterns of the transmitter and receiver; 2) use the brute-force method and ray tracing method with at most 15 reflections to search the paths from the transmitter to the receiver.
As circular loop is one of the fundamental antenna structures, the self and mutual admittances of two circular loops have been studied extensively.
In this section, we will first define self and mutual admittances in terms of the harmonics of the loops.
We rewrite (1) in terms of the self and mutual admittances:
Finally, the derivations of the self and mutual admittances assume [r.sub.12] > [l.sub.1], [l.sub.2].
Intrinsic and mutual admittances of half-wave slot radiators, oriented along parallels on a surface of a conducting sphere, were studied in [18].