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# Circuit Simulator - Norton's Theorem

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These circuits demonstrate Norton's theorem, which states that any combination of voltage sources, current sources, and resistors can be reduced to a single current source and a single resistor. So, the scary-looking circuit on top can be reduced to the equivalent circuit on the bottom.

 Giribabu said: (Mon, Dec 27, 2010 08:00:36 AM) Hi, how to reduce the circuit? Explain please.

 Harish said: (Thu, Feb 24, 2011 01:37:51 PM) Ohh. Super I am excited it helps to student lot &more.

 Naveen Kumar said: (Mon, Sep 12, 2011 10:59:05 AM) This is very useful to improve our GK and also learn a lot.

 Vali.Eee said: (Thu, Sep 13, 2012 04:25:35 PM) It looks like TV, we can learnt more without boring. Thanks a lot.

 Arun said: (Thu, Oct 4, 2012 10:55:34 PM) Thank you very much for providing such great way of learning. Explain the reduction of circuit.

 Radhika said: (Thu, Dec 20, 2012 09:28:15 AM) Very nice to study clearly, with out any doubt its a very nice technic used here.

 Russ said: (Mon, Apr 15, 2013 07:19:30 AM) I am glad I have found this site to refresh. I have been working as an Aviation Electronics technician for Honeywell for 23 years. Frankly, I have never needed to perform any circuit calculations other than to be tested. This is good practice to maintain mental edge. It is easy to forget all the topics you have studied. When working on advanced systems, you focus mostly on the theory of operations and the block diagram. Level-2 repairs are common now a days (CCA replacement). Most troubleshooting to the component requires additional proprietary fixtures to analyze complex circuitries.