I learned that negative resistance (NR) could be simulated by involving active devices like op-amps and others. I'm interested in the static/absolute NR rather than the differential NR.
My question is whether it is really practically feasible to be used when making an AC circuit network with about a hundred RLC components and nodes grounded through NR. The purpose is to cancel some effect of R, but not all (otherwise I would go completely without R). Is it just a routine thing or out of the reach of current techs? And any possible reasons.
People are asking why I need such a thing. It’s not for a particular engineering purpose. It’s more of a construction to show some mathematics of a certain circuit with only RLC and NR. The original problem is just outside what EE usually concerns and distracting to show here. We're interested only in the linear equations of ideal circuits and want to build a real working example.