dispersive line

dispersive line

[də′spər·siv ′līn]
(electromagnetism)
A delay line that delays each frequency a different length of time.
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If the dispersion characteristics are considered [18], the transmission lines can be divided into two types such as the dispersive line [14] and the non-dispersive transmission line [15,16].