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Even though there is no longer any need to choose a circuit topology, decisions have still to be made as to whether the input impedance ZB is a minimum-reactance or, equivalently, YB ϭ 1/ZB is a minimum-susceptance function. It should be noted that if the design is restricted with minimum functions, some reactive elements can be extracted from the equalizer, leaving a minimum-reactance or minimum-susceptance input immitance. Although this process improves the flexibility of the technique, one must decide what to extract (capacitor or inductor) and how to extract (series or parallel) by trial and error, which, in turn, increases the computation time.

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