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Two ports containing no sources in their branches are called?

(a) active ports

(b) passive ports

(c) one port

(d) three port

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This interesting question is from Open Circuit Impedence(Z) Parameters topic in chapter Two-Port Networks of Network Theory

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Right choice is (b) passive ports

Easy explanation: Two ports containing no sources in their branches are called passive ports; among them are power transmission lines and transformers.

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