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Coupling Model of Crossing Transmission Lines

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The coupling between transmission lines crossing diagonally is described. The resulting equations are derived by neglecting the recoupling of the line under induction (acceptor line (AL)) to the exciter line (EL). The coupling coefficients of various models are also considered. Equivalent-circuit representations for finite-length lines are obtained in two different forms: one expressed in terms of ideal voltage and ideal current sources, and the other in terms of ideal transformers, mutual inductance, and mutual capacitance. The first expressions are useful for predicting coupling between various types of lines. The second shows the coupling mechanism. The validity of the theory is confirmed by the experimental studies.

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Electromagnetic Compatibility, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 4 )