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Lecture 3 - RF Circuit Design EE 4002-2 Spring 2004 Lecture...

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Unformatted text preview: RF Circuit Design EE 4002-2 Spring 2004 Lecture 3 Transmission Lines John Scalzo HW 1; Chapter 1 1,3,6m,9m,10,25 Electromagnetic Waves cos( ) x x E E t z = cos( ) x x E E t z = Electric field propagating in the pos-z direction If the conducting medium is aligned with the z-axis, then the voltage drop along the z-axis can be found: sin( ) ( , ) z z X t z V z t E dl E = = he argument of the sinusoidal term couples space and time behavior. There is spatial ariation along the z-axis related to wavelength, and time variation along the time axis related to the period. sing the equation for phase velocity we can then compute the wavelength of a frequency traveling through a material. 1 p r r c v f = = = = Now lets compare the wavelength of two frequencies in a 1.5 cm long wire. Spatial variances in voltage at 10 GHz are significant for a 1.5 cm wire. Plots show spatial variation at a fixed time (t=0) and time variation at a fixed location (z=0) along the medium.(z=0) along the medium....
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Lecture 3 - RF Circuit Design EE 4002-2 Spring 2004 Lecture...

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