Hello, I have to find a circuit that meets the following Zero-Pole diagram of a imput impedance:

The impedance evaluated at s= 0 is:

Z(0)=1.8k Ohm

Poles at:

P1=2.58*10^6j

P2=-2.58*10^6j

Zeros at:

C1=-2.78*10^5+2.57*10^6j

C2=-2.78*10^5-2.57*10^6j

The only clue I have is that the circuit has a resistor, a capacitor and a coil, but I don't know the topology.

I think that if the poles are imaginary conjugates then the answer has to be without loss or oscillatory, but I'm not sure, the input impedance could be this way

The impedance evaluated at s= 0 is:

Z(0)=1.8k Ohm

Poles at:

P1=2.58*10^6j

P2=-2.58*10^6j

Zeros at:

C1=-2.78*10^5+2.57*10^6j

C2=-2.78*10^5-2.57*10^6j

The only clue I have is that the circuit has a resistor, a capacitor and a coil, but I don't know the topology.

I think that if the poles are imaginary conjugates then the answer has to be without loss or oscillatory, but I'm not sure, the input impedance could be this way

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