electrical length


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electrical length

[i′lek·trə·kəl ′leŋkth]
(electromagnetism)
The length of a conductor expressed in wavelengths, radians, or degrees.
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This occurs when the measuring field wavelength is comparable to the electrical length of the coil's conductor.
The total electrical length of the feeding line can be treated as [L.
s] = 0 which gives a relation between electrical length and step impedances discussed in [21].
p] the phase velocity, [beta]l the electrical length (denoted as [theta]), f the frequency, and I the physical length of the considered line.
in] is capacitive starting from DC till the electrical length of the stubs ([L.
But as the rise time of the signal approaches the electrical length of the via, it becomes important to include greater detail in the model, such as more accurately including the effect of the via return path.
These parameters include overall electrical length, contact resistance, inductance, and capacitance, all of which affect operating bandwidth.
Providing a fixed amount of phase shift for adjusting coaxial cable electrical length, Narda Microwave-East's Model 4572B phase trimmer provides phase adjustment of [+ or -]2[degrees] between 3 GHz and 18 GHz.
He provides chapters on electrical length, cable modeling, transmission lines and matching, passive contact probes, cable shielding and crosstalk, and radiated emissions and susceptibility.
o]/90, equivalent to an electrical length of 4[degrees].

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