transmission-line impedance

transmission-line impedance

[tranz′mish·ən ¦līn im‚pēd·əns]
(electricity)
The complex ratio of the voltage across a transmission line to the current flowing in the line, where voltage and current are expressed in phasor notation.
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Higher-frequency circuits depend on tight control of transmission-line impedance, and a number of factors can contribute to variations in impedance.
Analytical methods for the transmission-line impedance transformer between two complex impedances are described [20, 21].
The factor of one-half arises from the fact that the odd-mode impedance is half the parallel-line transmission-line impedance.
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