Negative Impedance Converter

A negative impedance converter NIC is a clever circuit the analysis of which is a favorite exercise set by engineering lecturers everywhere. Its not often used in practice but its well worth having in your design kit-bag. Ill show you two real-life applications once we get through the analysiswhich is not as hard as it 8230.

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