- Hi,Could anyone give me the correct design equations and explanation for "LATTICE " Attenuator.According to the following equations that I have , for attenuation N=10,Rout=600R1=Rout((N-1)/(N+1) andR2=Rout((N+1)/(N-1)R1=491 and R2=733I get attenuation of only 2.5When I convert this network into T type network I get attenuation close to 10.I want to know1) Whats wrong in original experiment ?2) How can I get an attenuation of 10 using "lattice " network itself ?3)What exactly are the advantages & disadvantages of the lattice network4) Where exactly are they used ?5)How am I getting different output in T "equivalent" network and it is satisfying my requirements ?Please note I'm very amateur and forgive me if anything mentioned above is technically wrong.Help me soon
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> Could anyone give me the correct design equations and explanation
for "LATTICE " Attenuator.