In general, the miller theorem is used for converting any circuit having the configuration of figure 2.48 (a) to another configuration shown in figure 2.48 (b)

If is the impedance connected between two nodes, node 1 and node 2, it can be replaced by the two impedances and _{ }; Where is connected between node 1 and ground and _{ }is connected between node 2 and ground.

Proof Of Miller’s Theorem

Miller’s theorem states that the effect of resistance on the input circuit is a ratio of the input voltage to the current which flows from the input to the output.

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