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From the point of view of mixed-mode scattering parameters, S mm , a two-port device can be excited using different driving conditions. Each condition leads to a particular set of input reflection and input impedance coefficient definitions that should be carefully applied depending on the type of excitation and symmetry of the two-port device. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to explain the general analytic procedure for the evaluation of such reflection and impedance coefficients in termsdoi:10.2528/pier12052906 fatcat:ol4yd4cpwfaibbn5qxtidw3c6m