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The Effect of Neighboring Conductors on the Currents and Fields in Plane Parallel Transmission Lines

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In this paper the current distribution is calculated for a microstrip line in the presence of a neighboring strip. The electric field is calculated and the characteristic impedance of the slotted microstrip line is determined. A graph of characteristic impedance is given for odd and even excitations. The calculations are carried out by setting up a singular integral equation which is solved using a finite integral transform. This method has the advantage that the calculations can be generalized in a straightforward manner for the multislotted line.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 5 )