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Published **1997**
by Noble Pub. in Atlanta, Ga .

Written in English

- Microwave transmission lines,
- Electric cables -- Handbooks, manuals, etc,
- Microwave circuits -- Handbooks, manuals, etc

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by M.A.R. Gunston. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | TK6565.T73 G85 1997 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | p. cm. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL971184M |

ISBN 10 | 1884932576 |

LC Control Number | 96007953 |

A compendium of data for computing the characteristic impedance of transmission lines based on physical dimensions. This book covers both conventional structures and unusual geometries, including coaxial, eccentric and elliptic coaxial, twin-wire, wire-above-ground, microstrip and derivatives, stripline, slabline and trough line. A compendium of data for computing the characteristic impedance of transmission lines based on physical dimensions. Covers both conventional structures and unusual geometries, including coaxial, eccentric and elliptic coaxial, twin-wire, wire-above-ground, microstrip and derivatives, stripline, slabline and trough line. Also details numerous configurations of coupled by: 1. A compendium of data for computing the characteristic impedance of transmission lines based on physical dimensions. Covers both conventional structures and unusual geometries, including coaxial, eccentric and elliptic coaxial, twin-wire, wire-above-ground, microstrip and derivatives, stripline, slabline and trough line. The book reviews developments in the following fields: transmission lines utilizing conductors of circular cross-section; transmission lines utilizing conductors of rectangular cross-section; transmission lines utilizing conductors of both circular and rectangular cross-section; transmission lines of 'unusual' cross-section; and coupled transmission lines.

This book is concerned with that class of structures loosely referred to as "transmission lines", and constitutes a unique single-volume source of information and data on transmission-line impedances. Hitherto, the microwave technologist, research worker, or student in need of such data has had to search the pages of text-books, technical journals. 'Microwave Transmission Line Impedance Data' is a unique book, presenting design equations and graphs for calculation of the characteristic impedance of transmission lines of widely varied configurations. Originally published in , the work has been updated to include recent developments, primarily in microstrip line : M. A. R. Gunston. The most-required book for microwave students is David M. Pozar's Microwave Engineering, published in , but he's got two others as well. Warning, these books actually derive formulas using calculus, which has been known to induce sleep in baby-boomers! Pozar is now in the Microwaves Hall of Fame! Practical RF Circuit Design for Modern. Voltage and Current along a Transmission Line Let us now study the transmission line behaviour to an input, in greater detail. Consider a sinusoidal signal traveling along the line. Irrespective of the kind of signal traveling through the line, the conductors will have some resistance. Let R denote the resistance of the line per unit length.

Contents: Introduction. Microwave Transmission Lines. Transmission Line Segments As Network Elements. Matrix Representation of Microwave Networks. Synthesis and Design of Frequency-Filtering Networks. Broadband Impedance-Matching Networks. Combining, Dividing, and Coupling Circuits. Transmission Line Applications in Active Circuits. Appendices.5/5(1). Microwave Transmission-Line Impedance Data by M. A. R Gunston and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Microwave Transmission Line Impedence Data Electromagnetic Waves by Gunston, M a R - AbeBooks. Microwave Transmission-Line Impedance Data A compendium of data for computing the characteristic impedance of transmission lines based on physical dimensions, this book covers both conventional structures and unusual geometries. Wave Equations for Transmission Line Impedance and Shunt Admittance of the line. Solution of Wave Equations (cont.) Proposed form of solution: Using: It follows 2- For a 50 ohm lossless transmission line terminated in a load impedance ZL= + j50 ohm, determine the fraction of the average incident power reflected by the load. Also, what File Size: 3MB.

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