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With terminals 1,2 open-circuited, no current ows through R2 . But the control variable VL for the voltagecontrolled dependent source is still contained in the network to the left of terminals 1,2. Application of KVL yields VTh VL VA VTh R1 VA 4 8V 1 R1 1 0:25 2
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Since the network to the left of terminals 1,2 contains a controlled source, ZTh is found as the driving-point impedance Vdp =Idp , with the network to the right of terminals 1,2 in Fig. 1-6(a) replaced by the driving-point source of Fig. 1-6(b) and VA deactivated (short-circuited). After these changes, KCL applied at node a gives I1 Vdp Idp Application of KVL around the outer loop of this circuit (with VA still deactivated) yields Vdp Idp R2 I1 R1 Substitution of (1.6) into (1.7) allows solution for ZTh as ZTh Vdp R1 R2 2 3 10  Idp 1 R1 1 0:25 2 1:7 1:6
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Norton s theorem states that an arbitrary linear, one-port network such as network A in Fig. 1-4(a) can be replaced at terminals 1,2 by an equivalent parallel-connected current source IN and admittance YN as shown in Fig. 1-4(c). IN is the short-circuit current that ows from terminal 1 to terminal 2 due to network A, and YN is the ratio of short-circuit current to open-circuit voltage at terminals 1,2 with network B disconnected. If network A or B contains a controlled source, its controlling variable must be in that same network. It is apparent that YN  1=ZTh ; thus, any method for determining ZTh is equally valid for nding YN .
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CIRCUIT ANALYSIS: PORT POINT OF VIEW
Example 1.5. Use SPICE methods to determine the Thevenin equivalent circuit looking to the left through terminals 3,0 for the circuit of Fig. 1-7.
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In SPICE independent source models, an ideal voltage source of 0 V acts as a short circuit and an ideal current source of 0 A acts as an in nite impedance or open circuit. Advantage will be taken of these two features to solve the problem. Load resistor RL of Fig. 1-7(a) is replaced by the driving point current source Idp of Fig. 1-7(b). The netlist code that follows forms a SPICE description of the resulting circuit. The code is set up with parameter-assigned values for V1 ; I2 , and Idp .
Ex1_5.CIR - Thevenin equivalent circuit .PARAM V1value=0V I2value=0A Idpvalue=1A V1 1 0 DC {V1value} R1 1 2 1ohm I2 0 2 DC {I2value} R2 2 0 3ohm R3 2 3 5ohm G3 2 3 (1,0) 0.1 ; Voltage-controlled current-source Idp 0 3 DC {Idpvalue} .END
If both V1 and I2 are deactivated by setting V1value=I2value=0, current Idp 1 A must ow through the Thevenin equivalent impedance ZTh RTh so that v3 Idp RTh RTh . Execution of <Ex1_5.CIR> by a SPICE program writes the values of the node voltages for nodes 1, 2, and 3 with respect to the universal ground node 0 in a le <Ex1_5.OUT>. Poll the output le to nd v3 V 3 RTh 5:75 . In order to determine VTh (open-circuit voltage between terminals 3,0), edit <Ex1_5.CIR> to set V1value=10V, I2value=2A, and Idpvalue=0A. Execute <Ex1_5.CIR> and poll the output le to nd VTh v3 V 3 14 V. Example 1.6. Find the Norton equivalent current IN and admittance YN for the circuit of Fig. 1-5 with values as given in Example 1.3. The Norton current is found as the short-circuit current from terminal 1 to terminal 2 by superposition; it is IN I12 current due to VA current due to IA 4 2 2 1:6 A 2 3 2 3 VA R 1 IA R1 R2 R1 R2
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