Thus, for each phase of the load, nth harmonic unbalanced conductance [mathematical expression not reproducible] and nth harmonic unbalanced susceptance
[mathematical expression not reproducible] values can be found as;
The lumped element values of the dual-band M/N are derived from the reactances and susceptances
of two single band T-type M/Ns.
In this equivalent circuit, which can easily be drawn for any numbers of ports (modes), unlike other recently discussed equivalent circuits , an evanescent mode is represented by an evanescent line of electrical length [theta] connected with a series reactance equal to the conjugate of the modal (reactive) impedance and a transformer that links the modal port to the "core" of the circuit, based on an n-sides polygon with susceptances
placed on every side and diagonal.
b] = parallel susceptance
of the [pi]-type symmetrical two-port circuit
3, the conductance and susceptance
as a function of carbon black concentration for annealed composites are plotted.
Cohn  attempted to model the boundary effects as a shunt susceptance
to extract the refractive index of a medium composed of an arrangement of conducting obstacles.
For implementing single-sided filters as a microstrip circuit, a distributed resonator must be identified which approximates the required frequency behavior of the susceptance
B, as given by Equation 1.
r] correlated with the occurrence of the receiver susceptance
The inter digital external coupled-lines are represented by two transmission lines at the two sides and a J-inverter susceptance
with a via in the middle.
The latter case is generated by extremely enhanced J-inverter susceptance
Step 1: Determine the required normalized susceptance
Figure 5 is a sketch of one of the three-port components, which is composed of a microstrip probe and a metallic iris whose function is to bring the input conductance of the three-port component to unity and to cancel any residual susceptance