Applications of Multiconductor Transmission Line Theory to the Prediction of Cable Coupling. Volume I. Multiconductor Transmission Line Theory.
KENTUCKY UNIV LEXINGTON DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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The report is the first volume in a series of reports documenting the Application of Multiconductor Transmission Line Theory to the Prediction of Cable Coupling. Modern avionics systems are becoming increasingly complex. These systems generally contain large numbers of wires connecting the various electronic equipments. The majority of the wires are in very close proximity to each other in either random cable bundles in which the relative wire positions are not known or controlled or in ribbon cables in which the relative wire positions are known and controlled. The prediction of wire-doupled Interference in these cable bundles is of considerable importance in the prediction of overall system compatibility. It is the purpose fo this series of reports to examine the application of multiconductor transmission line theory to this problem. The first volume is intended to provide a comprehensive discussion of multiconductor transmission line theory on which the remaining volumes will be based. The remaining volumes will investigate the application of this theory to specific classes of problems.
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