Transmission_Lines

Transmission_Lines - 1 k t=0 Lecture 3 + + 2V ic 2 F 2 k 2H...

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t = 0 + 1 k Ω Lecture 3 v o 2 k Ω 2 V 2 μ F 2 H i c + Find v o (t) t = 0 1 k Ω l + v o 2 k Ω 2 V 2 μ F 2 H i c + Find v o (t) now What if this is 25 km ???
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Transmission Lines
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wisted Pair Twisted Pair
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Coaxial (Co-Ax) Cable
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Microstrip (etc.)
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T ransverse E lectro M agnetic
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If it’s AC, then can use phasors Thévenin Equivalent Impedance
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kinda like Thévenin (Lumped-element circuit model)
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Power Loss
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Dispersion Hmmm… it’s not AC, so how can we use phasors ???
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Reflection
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Lecture 4
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Query: why do we do derivations?? Transmission Line Equations (a.k.a. Telegrapher’s Equations)
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Note: final numerical answers are fine though
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Example of acoustic “transmission lines” Lecture 5
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Where do those leftward propagating waves come from??
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