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Field coupling transfer functions for the transmission line cable model - an experimental verification

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1 Author(s)
Whitescarver, C.D. ; Martin Marietta Corporation Orlando, Florida

This paper gives the result of an experimental investigation of the coupling of transient electromagnetic fields with two-wire uniform transmission line cable models. A long wire antenna was used as the transient radiation source in the experimental verification of the theoretical electromagnetic field coupling transfer functions for the transmission line cable model. The basic theoretical coupling concepts were applied with the aid of computer programs to the specimen transmission line in the experimental environment to obtain the analytical responses. On the basis of the comparison of the analytical responses with the experimental results, it was concluded that the field coupling transfer functions for the transmission line model are valid.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 6 )