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Unbalanced Terminations on a Shielded‐Pair Line

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Tomiyasu, K. ; Division of the Sperry Corporation, Great Neck, New York

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Theoretical calculations indicate that the unbalanced component of current on a two‐wire or shielded‐pair transmission line can be determined by comparing the different standing‐wave distributions on the line conductors. The measurement of reflected components from an unbalanced radiative termination on a slotted shielded‐pair line is described. The existence of a condition of minimum unbalanced reflected component from end‐coupled antennas is shown experimentally.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Jun 1950

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