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By Umran S. Inan, Aziz Inan

Engineering Electromagnetics presents a pretty good origin in electromagnetics basics through emphasizing actual figuring out and useful functions. Electromagnetics, with its requisites for summary considering, can end up tough for college kids. The authors' actual and intuitive technique has produced a ebook that may encourage enthusiasm and curiosity for the fabric. profiting from a evaluate of electromagnetic curricula at a number of colleges and repeated use in lecture room settings, this article provides fabric in a rigorous but readable demeanour.

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Figure for Problem 2-40. 25 ns. 47. 47. , those starting at 0,4, or 8 seconds) are sharper for tr = 250 ps. 1-41. Effects of source risetime. The phase velocity along the line can be found as vp = [ZoC]~1= [(50£2)(1 pF-cm_1)]_1= 20 cm-ns-1. This voltage reaches the line at t = td, when a voltage of amplitude y-(t) = / n r t(<~ t td + tr reflects back towards the source since I \ —+1. This voltage arrives at the source end at t = 2td when a new voltage of amplitude rw r ( * - td) = - ( 3^- ) (t - ltd) 2 t d < t < 2 t d + tr t > 2td + tr - i v is launched back towards the load since the source reflection coefficient is rs= At t = 3td, a new voltage of amplitude 2 5 -5 0 25 + 50 1 42 TRANSIENT RESPONSE OF TRANSMISSION LINES is launched back towards the source.

47 48 STEADY-STATE WAVES ON TRANSMISSION LINES 3-2. 01 500 A Zq V (b) The sketch of \V(z)\ and \I(z)\ versus z are as shown. A,=20cm =R, =1500 Z0=50Q Fig. 1. Figure for Problem 3-2. Sketch o f \V(z)\ and \I(z)\ versus z. 3-3. Microwave filter. 5 GHz)=12 cm. 4 = 3 cm = A/4, as expected. 3-4. 083A. 333A. (c) The sketch of \V(z)\ versus z/X with V + = 1 V is as shown. Zo=100Q n Zl=40-7'50£2 -------------------------------------- :— o—r Fig. 2. Figure for Problem 3-4. 50 STEADY-STATE WAVES ON TRANSMISSION LINES 3-5.

5 V. 5 V/50Q = 50 mA. 5 V as it propagates toward the inductive load. 25 ns. 5e-(t_6 ns)/(0-25ns)u(<- 6 ns) V Both of these voltages are sketched as shown. Fig. 36. Figure for Problem 2-29b. T s(£) and Tl(£) versus t. 2-30. Unknown lumped element. The unknown lumped element is a capacitor, because at first it presents itself to the incident voltage as a short circuit (since it is initially uncharged) and as a result, the initial value of the reflected voltage is Yj~(i = t^i) = —T j = Vo/2 and so when the front of the reflected voltage arrives the source end of the line at t = 2 tdi, the value of the source-end voltage reduces to T s(i = ltd i) = 0.

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