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Sabtu, 06 September 2008



Although the impedance Z is a far more common way to characterize the voltage-current relationships in an AC circuit, there are times when the admittance is avaluable construct. For a given circuit element, the admittance is just the reciprocal of the impedance.

The admittance has its most obvious utility in dealing with parallel AC circuits where there are no series elements. The equivalent admittance of parallel elements is the sum of the admittances of the components.

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