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A port is a pair of nodes across which a device can be connected. The voltage is measured across the pair of nodes and the current going into one node is the same as the current coming out of the other node in the pair. These pairs are entry (or exit) points of the network.
So, a network with two input terminals and two output terminals is called a four-terminal network or a two-port network.

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