Hybrid model for two-port network, Electrical Engineering

Hybrid Model for Two-port Network:-

            V1 = h11 i1 + h12 V2                                                                 

           I2 = h1 i1 + h22 V2

                         ↓                                

              V1 = h1 i1 + hr V2

                I2 = hf i1 + h0 V2

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Figure: The Hybrid Model for Two-port Network

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