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Question
what is lumped and distributed elements?
 Question Submitted By :: Electronics-Communications
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Answer
# 1
Lumped systems are those systems in which electrical
properties like R, L, C etc are assumed to be located on a
small space of the circuit. these systems are applicable
for low frequency application.
On the other hand Distributed systems assume that
electrical properties R, L, C etc are distributed across
the entire circuit. these systems are applicable to for high
(microwave)
frequency application.
Unlike the lumped element model, it assumes non-uniform
current along each branch and non-uniform voltage along
each node.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    62 Yes 10 No
Sharma
 
Answer
# 2
lumped elements are considered as a saprate elements
whereas distributed elements are distributed over the
entire length of the circuit.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    52 Yes 13 No
Er.amandeep Singla
 
 
 
Answer
# 3
Physically
seperate
elements such as
resistors,
capacitors and
diodes are lumped
materials. On the
other hand
network elements
which are
inseparable for
analytical
purposes are
called distributed
elements.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    39 Yes 4 No
Ndubest
 
Answer
# 4
Elements are considered as lumped when their size is very small compared to the wavelength of applied signal.eg:capacitors,resistors,inductors etc..Distributed elements are those which are electrically separable. eg:transmission line has distributed resistance,inductance & capacitance along its length.. 
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Amgitha V
 
Answer
# 5
If the R L C are not separated by electrically is nothing but ditributed network.
On the other hand these R L C are physically separated represented
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 6 No
Veera Swamy
 
Answer
# 6
when the transmission line length is comparable to signal wavelength/10.. why we have to analyse considering capacitance ,inductance, resistance , conductance..(distributed element)..why not we do the same in case of lumped element..
why do everything is explained with respect to quarter wavelength(lambda/4), in antennas,microwaves etc..what is so special in that wavelength ?
 
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Jaidev Lakhani
 
Answer
# 7
Distributed elements are NOT electrically separable.. 
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Amgitha V
 
Answer
# 8
Lumped systems are those systems in which electrical
properties like R, L, C etc are assumed to be located on a
small space of the circuit. these systems are applicable
for high frequency application.
On the other hand Distributed systems assume that
electrical properties R, L, C etc are distributed across
the entire circuit. these systems are applicable to for low
frequency application.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    32 Yes 63 No
Kuldeep Singh
 
Answer
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