Thévenin's theorem

Definitions

Electronics

  • In the analysis of electric networks, a theorem stating that combinations of two-terminal AC voltage sources and impedances can be represented by a single voltage source and a series impedance. A DC source would be represented by a single voltage source and a series resistor. Also spelled Thevenin's theorem.
  • synonymThevenin's theorem
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