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Post subject: About voltage Probes on transmission line
Unread postPosted: Tue Apr 26, 2005 3:17 am
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Location: Lille, FRANCE
Hello everybody,

I have already post several questions, as i try to learn more and more, here is another one if someone can help me again.
I'm studying a system i can,t open but where there's an output to an oscilloscope. I wonder as i'd like to do a modelisation, how can it be possible to do voltage measurement on a transmission line with coaxial cable? i thought about a coupler in he first time but i'm not sure. it's to measure time pulse response but it can also measure the input signal through the same transmission line.





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