Franz Breisig

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Franz Breisig
Born April 19th, 1868
Elberfeld, Germany
Died 1934
Berlin, Germany
Nationality German
Fields Mathematics
Known for Quadripole circuit analysis

Franz Breisig (1868–1934) was a German mathematician, chiefly known for his work on quadripoles (1921), later to be known as two-port networks.

Publications[edit]

  • Breisig, Dr F, Theoretische Telegraphie, Braunschweig, F. Vieweg und Sohn, 1910.

Patents[edit]

  • Breisig, F, Method and Arrangement for Determining Crosstalk in Multicircuit Systems, US patent 492 034, filed 13 Aug 1921, issued 30 Jun 1925

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References[edit]

  • Belevitch, V, "Summary of the history of circuit theory", Proceedings of the IRE, vol 50, Iss 5, pp. 848–855, May 1962.