By Clayton R. Paul
An prepared and concise exposition consolidating all examine within the literature in this subject. information current tools for fixing multiconductor transmission-line equations to figure out voltage and/or currents brought about on the ends of conductors of the road from indications on different conductors or indications from incident assets. encompasses a disk of FORTRAN codes imposing the entire answer strategies, lots of end-of-chapter difficulties and rankings of computed effects for genuine traces.
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For example, consider the two-wire line shown in Fig. 19 which is driven by a voltage source at the left end and terminated in a short circuit at the right end. This was analyzed using a numerical solution of Maxwell’s equations commonly referred to as a method of moments (MOM). This analysis gives the complete solution for the currents without presupposing the existence of only the TEM mode. It was found that if the voltage source was situated and modeled as being centered in the left segment on the centerline, then I , = -II; in other words, the currents on the wires are only differential-mode currents.
Analytical solution of Maxwell’s equations in order to consider the total effect of all modes is usually a formidable task. There are certain structures where an analytical solution is feasible and the next two sections consider these. 1 Higherorder Modes In the following two subsections we analytically solve Maxwell’s equations for two closed structures to obtain the complete eolution and demonstrate that the TEM formulation is complete up to some frequency where the conductor separations are some significant fraction of a wavelength above which higherorder modes begin to propagate.
12 shows a nonuniform line where the nonuniformity is introduced by the inhomogeneous medium. A wire is surrounded by dielectric insulation. 1,. In the miadle region, the dielectric insulation is also inhomogeneous consisting of regions containing e,, p,, E ~ p,, and E,, p,. The resulting transmission line equations for Figs. 12 are difficult to solve because of the nonuniformity of the line. Again, a common way of solving this type of problem is to partition the line into a cascade of uniform subsections.
Analysis of Multiconductor Transmission Lines (Wiley Series in Microwave & Optical Engineering, 28) by Clayton R. Paul