Chapter 7 Summary: What’s Moving On A Transmission Line?
Chapter 7 explains that the entities in motion in a transmission line are electromagnetic fields, while current is a symptom or consequence of the presence of these e-mag fields. Because of this, the popular method for describing an electronic signal in terms of its current flow or current loops is not the best approach. Readers will also learn about how energy in a transmission line is absorbed or reflected back to the source, and how these forces can be managed.
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