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Bilateral Network: An element whose response is independent of direction of current flowing through it is called Bilateral element and the network, which contains only bilateral elements, is called bilateral network.

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A network whose electrical characteristic or response is independent of the direction of current flowing through it, is called bilateral network. 


Unilateral Network: An element whose response depends on the direction of current flowing through it, is called Unilateral element and the network, which contains at least one unilateral elements, is called unilateral network. 

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A network whose electrical characteristic or response depends on the direction of current flowing through it, is called unilateral network.

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