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# MD2_sp04_2 - BB 614 Mid 2 Sp 2004 Name 50 Olson Problem...

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Unformatted text preview: BB 614 Mid. 2 Sp. 2004 Name: 50( Olson Problem 1: (30%) An electrically short section of transmission line carries pure differential mode trapezoidal pulses of width 10'6 / ﬂ' sec. and rise time 10‘8 / 7: sec. If the magnitude of the electric ﬁeld at 10 MHz is —20 dBuV/m , carefully sketch the asymptotic envelope for EM? (f) showing all break frequencies and the dB/dec. slope of all lines. Assume a far-far distant observation point such that s / r —> 0. “ BaleIolea; Deleavm1n€3ovm 05 E dB (5) anal 5:6; to LED (to Hug = - 2c; dB/av m t .A l , _ i A ‘ l l l l ’ ‘ I l v i l l l ‘ l 7 l i t t 3 ‘ l k l l l» 4 "l a }, p, l l r ‘ T . 1' ‘ l +~ w~ w i r —+~ 4 7L ~+-—+—+ ;——~ ‘ l , t a +— 2 ' | 3 I " x a I ; . t ‘ l“! g ' T ‘ — l4 ‘ i '4- t 1 mi l J- ‘ (my L Wiwti l l 1 3 Jr 1 —t—‘ + 7" T *' ‘ b “l l 3' A L ‘1‘ _ l l l l g 5 fl ‘ 1': g, ,f 4pc cl ”Fwd gun» ,_ﬁ_#_ :4 l I 7 l l ,‘ , , t ...
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