## Transmission lines and networks |

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Old classic text on the subject, which does not use the "field theory" approach. Basically as valid and useful today (yeah, I know. there is a chapter on telegraph lines) as it was 60 years ago.

### Contents

Chapter 1Distributed Constants and Traveling Waves | 3 |

Chapter 2The AC Steady State Lines with No Reflections | 27 |

Note on Characteristic Impedance | 42 |

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admittance angle antiresonant attenuation band attenuation constant bolometer capacitance characteristic impedance coaxial cable coils component Compute conductor connected constant-fc cosh crank diagram cutoff frequency Determine distance electric elements equal equivalent circuit example expression factor farad filter four-terminal network function high-frequency hyperbolic image impedance image transfer constant input impedance insertion loss insertion ratio iterative impedance line impedance load impedance lossless line low-loss line low-pass m-type magnitude match meter nepers obtained ohms open-circuited open-wire output pass band phantom circuit phase constant phase velocity quantity quarter wavelength quarter-wave radius reactance reactive receiving end receiving-end current receiving-end voltage reflection coefficient resonant result sending end sending-end impedance sending-end voltage shown in Fig shows shunt arm sinh skin effect standing-wave pattern standing-wave ratio stub tanh terminated transformer transmission line transmission-line chart traveling wave unit length vector voltage and current volts rms wavelength wire zero