In this paper, a boundary analysis is carried out for the derivative of driving point impedance functions, which is mainly used for synthesis of networks containing RL, RC and RLC circuits. It is known that driving point impedance function, Z(s), is an analytic function defined on the right half of the s-plane. In this study, we derive inequalities for the modulus of derivative of driving point impedance function, ZJ(0) , by assuming the Z(s) function is also analytic at the boundary point s = 0 on the imaginary axis and the sharpness of these inequalities is proved. Furthermore, an equation for the driving point impedance function, Z(s), is obtained as a natural result of the proved theorem in this study.