### Abstract

Based on a state-variable approach and the reactance extraction principle, a simple and systematic synthesis procedure is presented, whereby any q multiplied by p matrix G(s), of real rational function of complex frequency variable s, can be realized as the current-gain matrix of a multiport active-RC network. The realized network requires a minimum number of n grounded capacitors with unity-capacitance spread, n equal to the degree of G(s) and at the most (p plus 2n) inverting grounded voltage amplifiers. All the capacitors and ports will have a common ground terminal.

Original language | English |
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Title of host publication | Journal of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers |

Pages | 445-449 |

Number of pages | 5 |

Volume | 25 |

Edition | 11 |

Publication status | Published - Nov 1979 |

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*Journal of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers*(11 ed., Vol. 25, pp. 445-449)

**ON MULTIPORT RC-ACTIVE SYNTHESIS OF A CURRENT GAIN MATRIX WITH GROUNDED PORTS.** / Khan, Khalil Ahmad; Ahmad, Afaq.

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*Journal of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers.*11 edn, vol. 25, pp. 445-449.

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N2 - Based on a state-variable approach and the reactance extraction principle, a simple and systematic synthesis procedure is presented, whereby any q multiplied by p matrix G(s), of real rational function of complex frequency variable s, can be realized as the current-gain matrix of a multiport active-RC network. The realized network requires a minimum number of n grounded capacitors with unity-capacitance spread, n equal to the degree of G(s) and at the most (p plus 2n) inverting grounded voltage amplifiers. All the capacitors and ports will have a common ground terminal.

AB - Based on a state-variable approach and the reactance extraction principle, a simple and systematic synthesis procedure is presented, whereby any q multiplied by p matrix G(s), of real rational function of complex frequency variable s, can be realized as the current-gain matrix of a multiport active-RC network. The realized network requires a minimum number of n grounded capacitors with unity-capacitance spread, n equal to the degree of G(s) and at the most (p plus 2n) inverting grounded voltage amplifiers. All the capacitors and ports will have a common ground terminal.

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