A Review of Transmission Lines as Circuit Elements

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A Review of Transmission Lines as Circuit Elements

by KirtB » Thu Jul 27, 2017 5:40 pm

A Review of Transmission Lines as Circuit Elements, November 1966 QST

Mr. Wilfred Jensby wrote an incredibly detailed article for the November 1966 edition of QST that delves deeply into the subject of using transmission lines as distributed circuit elements. I did a search on his name, figuring that he likely had other publications of like sort, but nothing was found. Information contained herein is similar to what you would expect to find in a Master's level engineering course textbook or in a $100+ technical book from Artech House, Cambridge University Press, John Wiley & Sons, etc. The brain-zapping equations are omitted with only a great, layman-level discussion of the concepts and some really nice illustrations and graphs. This is definitely an article you will want to check out and pass on to colleagues. http://www.rfcafe.com/references/qst/review-transmission-lines-circuit-elements-november-1966-qst.htm

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