Transmission line models

Transmission line models

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It is often required to extend the model to frequencies well beyond the one-tenth wavelength limit of the lumped component model. Such a task can be carried out by invoking the concepts of transmission line theory. This involves the need for circuit components to be defined in terms of W/m, F/m, H/m, and S/m. Using this approach, transmission line theory derives a pair of hybrid equations relating current and voltage at the sending end of the line to the current and voltage at the far end.

Chapter Contents:

  • 4.1 Single-T model
  • 4.2 Triple-T model
  • 4.3 Cross-coupling
  • 4.4 Bench test models

Inspec keywords: lumped parameter networks; transmission line theory

Other keywords: lumped component model; transmission line theory; circuit component; hybrid equation

Subjects: Transmission line theory

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