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What do you mean by linear and bilateral network?

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What do you mean by linear and bilateral network?..

linear network
the network whoes parameter does not change due change in
current or vtg. eg. resistance,inductance,capacitance.

bilateral network
the ckt whoes chara. does not change due change of
direction of vtg. & current. e.g. transsmisson line

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What do you mean by linear and bilateral network?..

LINEAR NETWORK -- a network in which the relation between
volatage and current is linear curve.

Bilateral- means the relation between voltage and current
does not change in both the direction in the network.

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What do you mean by linear and bilateral network?..

Linear Element are those element which follow the ohm's law.
Like as Resistance,Inductor&Capacitor(at relexed condition)
Bilateral network is that network in which any element of
the network gives the response in both directions e.g R,L,C
but diode gives the response in only one direction so it is
a unilateral element.

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What do you mean by linear and bilateral network?..

LINEAR NETWORK: 1) A network if the relation between current and voltage involves a constant coefficient e.g V=IR or network response is proportional to excitation function.
2)A linear n/w is the one in which the principle of superposition(linearty test) holds.

BILATERAL N/W: When element properties & characteristics are independent of direction of the current then the n/w is called as bilateral n/w

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What do you mean by linear and bilateral network?..

linear are those network which obey's ohms law

bilateral r those in which current can flow in both directions

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What do you mean by linear and bilateral network?..

A linear network should follow two rule (1)-superposition & (2)-homogeneity.Linearity means not only the equation is linear the line must pass through origin.

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What do you mean by linear and bilateral network?..

Linear - all elements and branches of circuit is obey ohm's law is called linear network.
Bilateral - bilateral means if you give some source voltage and gain some output and then you use this output voltage in form of source voltage then you gain some output , it is a value of initial source voltage. It means both are equal and current independent.

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What do you mean by linear and bilateral network?..

A circuit whose Characteristics, behavior is same irrespective of the direction of current through various elements of it. is called bilateral network. Network consisting only resistances is good example of bilateral network.

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What do you mean by linear and bilateral network?..

example for this linear and bilateral network is
superposition theorem.

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What do you mean by linear and bilateral network?..

A network in which the parameters of resistance, inductance,
and capacitance are constant with respect to current or
voltage, and in which the voltage or current of sources is
independent of or directly proportional to other voltages
and currents, or their derivatives, in the network. Also
known as linear circuit.

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