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Passive Component Networks

Passive component networks are circuits or systems composed of passive electronic components like resistors, capacitors, and inductors. Today, these component networks have become increasingly complex as demand for ever smaller devices increases.

Passive component networks do not amplify or generate signals, and no external power source is needed for their operation. These devices interact with signals and perform functions like filtering, storing energy, matching impedance, and signal coupling.

Passive Component Networks