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A gyrator is a two-port electronic circuit that can invert reactance; that is, it can convert capacitance into inductance or vice versa. Gyrators are used to create synthetic inductors with capacitors and op amps that are more compact than real inductors, allowing electronic equipment to be made smaller.

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