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A Discussion on the Transient Analysis of Coaxial Cables Considering High-Frequency Losses

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The physical processes of HF loss are discussed. Two cases in transient analysis for coaxial cables are presented; the first considers skin effect in plated conductors while the second is an analysis based upon an attenuation approximation of the form (frequency) ^m , 0 < m < 1 . A graphical transient analysis technique is described which allows one to easily analyze cables whose losses are due to a combination of physical processes. Generalized curves based upon the (frequency) ^m approximation are presented by which the transient response of a cable can be rapidly evaluated for purposes of engineering design.

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IRE Transactions on Circuit Theory  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 2 )