# transmission lines

1. ### Transmission Line , OPGW Stringing

Hi, any of you guys have experience paying out conductors leaving the OPGW later on? any idea or procedures needed so that during OPGW paying out stage later on it will not be damaged by the existing conductors. Mentor Note -- Adding link to information about OPGW...
2. ### Transmission Line Transposition - Conceptual Question

This is more of a conceptual question and not a homework question. I am having a hard time understanding why we have to transpose transmission lines and how physically moving them changes anything. Do we only transpose in 3 phase transmission lines when we have 3 wires? Does the orientation...
3. ### Figure 3a shows a 50 Hz, high-voltage transmission line

1. Homework Statement Figure shows a 50 Hz, high-voltage, transmission line. The relationships between the sending and receiving end voltages and currents are given by the complex ABCD equations: where 'S' stands for sending-end and 'R' stands for receiving-end (a) Given the parameter...
4. ### Smith Chart problem

1. Homework Statement An antenna is modeled by a 40ohm resistor in parallel with a capacitor with Xc = -j25. The antenna is fed by a lossless 50ohm signal line 0.15 wavelengths long. Use a Smith Chart to find the input impedance to the transmission line. 2. Homework Equations 3. The...
5. ### Engineering Book that covers transfer function of transmission line?

I've been looking for that in various applied electromagnetics books but none of them cover that subject even on the internet the only website I saw it mentioned was in this forum I guess I'd like a book with a level a little above for example cheng or balanis
6. ### Impedance matching a purely resistive load

1. Homework Statement A 25-Ω antenna is connected to a 75-Ω lossless transmission line. Reflections back toward the generator can be eliminated by placing a shunt reactance Z at a distance l from the load (Fig. 1). Determine the values of Z and l. 2. Homework Equations...
7. ### Optimal location of receiver on a transmission line

I am measuring a communications bus with an oscilloscope at various points along the line. I understand that there will be reflections at each stub as well as at the ends of the bus if the impedance doesn't match. I also understand that these reflected signals will add/subtract with the...
8. ### Transmission Lines

1. Homework Statement I am having problems with the second part of the question - proving that the relationship given is true. 2. Homework Equations See question. 3. The Attempt at a Solution Firstly, consider a single pair of transmission lines with characteristic impedances $Z_{1}$ and...
9. ### Help understanding Partial Mutual Inductance

I'm sure you are all familiar with calculating the inductance of a long transmission line. We first calculate the partial self inductance and we add to the partial mutual inductance due to the current in the other conductors. Looking at the image of a single-phase system, where I1 + I2 = 0...
10. ### Transverse resonance method

The Transverse resonance method is used to determine the propagation constant of a wave in several waveguides, like the rectangular waveguide, or also dielectric waveguides. It takes advantage of the fact that a standing wave is present along a certain direction (transverse with respect to the...
11. ### Transmission Line Reflected Waves

Hi , I'm studying transmission lines and how waves move through the device , so far I haven't delved into the maths behind it as I have been trying to get an overview of it.So far I have seen the effects when there is an open circuit , shorted and matched impedance loads. The example I saw...