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## Tips for solving questions on 2-Port Netwok

2-Port Network becomes the important topic for gate aspirants. Every year one or two question is expected from this topic. The article is framed to help you to solve questions on 2-port network.

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A 2-port is an electrical circuit or device with 2 pairs of terminals. They find application in transistors, filters etc.

A two-port network is represented by four external variables: voltage and current at the input port, and voltage and current at the output port.

In this two of the four variables are given, while the other two can always be derived. The parameters used in order to describe a two-port network are the following:

Z, Y, A , h, g

They are usually expressed in matrix notation and they establish relations between the following parameters.

## Z-model :

we know I1 and IThat means they are independent variables and V1 and V2 are dependent variables. Here we use KVL to evaluate V1   and V2.

where

Here,

V1 = Z11 I1+Z12I2

V2 = Z21 I1+Z22I2

All four parameters Z11,Z12 ,Z21 , and Z22 represent impedance. In particular, Z21 and Z12 are transfer impedances.

## Y-Model :

we know V1 and V2 That means they are independent variables and I1 and I2 are dependent variables. Here we use KCL to evaluate I1   and I2

where

I1 = Y11 V1+Y12V2

I2 = Y21 V1+Y22V2

These four parameters Y11,Y12 ,Y21 , and Y22 represent admittance. In particular, Y21 and Y12 are transfer admittances.

## ABCD -model (Transmission Model):

we know V1 and I1 That means they are independent variables and V2 and I2 are dependent variables. Here we use KVL to evaluate V2   and KCL to evaluate  I2

where

and D are dimensionless coefficients, B is impedance and C is admittance .A negative  sign is there to the output current I2 in the model, as  the direction of the current is out-ward, for easy analysis of a cascade of multiple network models.

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## H-model  (Hybrid Model) :

In the H-model or hybrid model,V2 and I1 are known, and find V1  by KVL and I2  by KCL:

where

Here h12 and h21 are dimensionless coefficients, h11 is impedance and h22 is admittance

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## g model (inverse hybrid model) :

V1 and I2 are known, and find V2 and I1 by :

where

Here g12 and g21 are dimensionless coefficients, g22 is impedance and g11 is admittance.

## Important Tips to Remember:

We must know important tips that must be considered to solve questions of two ports network.

#1

When I2 = 0, it means line at output port is at open circuit. There is only one current I1. Similarly if I1 =0 , it means line at input port is at open circuit. This is assumptions we use to find impedance.

#2

when impedance or any other coefficients  is to be find, try to find out its equation using KVL or KCL as required. For voltage KVL will be used, for current KCL will be used. For example,

V1 = Z11 I1+Z12I2

If  Z11  is to be find. Try to find Vusing KVL, then subsequently we will get Z11. Similarly ,

If

I2 = Y21 V1+Y22V2,

If  Y21  is to be find then find Iusing KCL. Then subsequently we will get Y21

#3

Before  solving , simplify the circuit as possible. For this you may have to convert delta to start conversion.  If two resistance are in parallel , convert them  into single resistance.

Similarly if two resistance are in series convert into single resistance.

## Example From Gate :

Gate 2014

In the h – parameter model of 2 – port network given in the figure shown

the value of h22 (in siemens) is _____________

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We know formula of

I2 = h21 I1+h22V2

We can redraw the figure as :

As the  resistors are in parellel,We can redraw this in to :

Further, solving we can solve (2*3)/(2+3) this in to :

In order to find  h22,  we have to apply KCL.

I2 = h21 I1+h22V2

Assuming I1 =0,

I= V2/(6/5  +6/5) +V2/(6/5).

12 I2 = 15 V2

h22  = I/ V2 =  1.25

Suppose if we need to calculate impedance , then we had to apply KVL, Before apply KVL (if we had to apply in above final circuit), to simplify convert delta to star conversion for simplification.

We hope you got a detailed idea how questions can be solved.

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