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Simplest equivalent circuit topology using lumped elements:

For each of the Smith chart traces below, sketch (at the right of each chart) the simplest equivalent circuit topology using lumped elements. Note that the first chart's trace does not lie exactly on the unit circle: 

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The chart traces on the right side both begin at f=1.0 GHz and lie approximately on the r=0.5 circle, starting at the x=-2.0 circle. With this information, find the values (to two significant digits) of the two components that at 1 GHz dominate the equivalent circuits you've drawn.

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