someone can help me to draw this using circuitikz package, thanks in advance. the T-network should have generic bipoles. Circuit using cuircuitikz

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    We are not specialists of electrical elements. There are a lot of examples in the manual of TikZ and circuitikz, pick one and we'll fix the problematic part for you. Otherwise somebody has to start from scratch and that is not fun. – percusse Jun 23 '15 at 15:10
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    And on the sketch is not pi network ... – Zarko Jun 23 '15 at 19:35

Here is my take on it:


        \draw (0,0) to[TL, l=TX line] (2,0)
        to[generic, l=$G1$] (4,0) -- (5,0)
        to[generic, l=$G3$] (5,-2) node [cground] {} 
        (5,0) to[generic, l=$G2$] (7,0) node [antenna] {};

        \node (bipoleslabel) [anchor= west] at (1,-2) {Generic Bipoles};
        \draw [->, smooth] (bipoleslabel.north) .. controls +(35:2) and +(215:1.5) .. (4.7, -1);

This produces the following output:

transmitter circuit

  • @PaulStivenson, package TikZ in not necessary to declare, it is call by circuitikz. And correct environment in the \PreviewEnvironment is circuitikz not tikzpicture. – Zarko Jun 23 '15 at 19:43
  • or if you use standalone class you can do all those automatically. It even has a preview option – percusse Jun 24 '15 at 8:55
  • I use standalone for a number of my own projects, but I find that it behaves strangely in certain circumstances. For that reason I avoid it for quick prototypes. In fact I tend to use this preamble first when addressing questions here, at least for those questions involving TikZ. Moreover the first circuitikz example I looked at on texample.net used the preamble that I used originally for this answer. – Paul Stiverson Jun 24 '15 at 12:41

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