Electrical Engineering ⇒ Topic : Reciprocity Theorem with sinusoidal excitation

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Reciprocity Theorem In a linear bilateral single source network, if a single voltage (current) source in one branch 'a' of the network produces a current (voltage) in branch `b', then if the voltage (current) source is shifted to branch `b' will produce a current (voltage) in branch 'a'. The ratio of excitation and response is same in both the cases. This theorem is valid for networks comprising of linear, bilateral, passive elements energised by a single voltage or current source. The above theorem can be verified by a simple example  
 
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