|Jan19-09, 07:10 PM||#1|
transmission lines/lc circuits
I'm currently doing a lab on pulses in cables. The instructions describe the transmission line as a series of parallel lc circuits that transmit the pulse back and forth along the line, but I'm not sure I understand exactly how it works. I understand how an individual lc circuit works, but I'm unsure about how they are acting together in the transmission line.
Can anyone provide some insight into this?
|Jan19-09, 07:17 PM||#2|
(note: the wikipedia.org site is not necessarily accurate or stable, especially on more complex technical and Physics-related topics. On this EE topic, it's pretty reliable and stable, especially if you follow the links in it to verify and further your understanding.)
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