Journal of Mathematical Physics, Volume 61, Issue 12, December 2020. We advance here an algorithm of the synthesis of lossless electric circuits such that their evolution matrices have the prescribed Jordan canonical forms subject to natural constraints. Every synthesized circuit consists of a chain-like sequence of LC-loops coupled by gyrators. All involved capacitances, inductances, and gyrator resistances are either positive or negative with values determined by explicit formulas. A circuit must have at least one negative capacitance or inductance for having a nontrivial Jordan block for the relevant matrix.

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