distributed inductance

distributed inductance

[di′strib·yəd·əd in′dək·təns]
(electromagnetism)
The inductance that exists along the entire length of a conductor, as distinguished from inductance concentrated in a coil.
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Second, if the medium surrounding the transmission line has no magnetic response, we can calculate the distributed inductance L directly from the distributed capacitance [C.sub.air] of the same transmission line embedded in air instead of the anisotropic dielectric.
Given the distributed inductance and capacitance, the characteristic impedance of the transmission line is
From this, the distributed inductance L is calculated from the distributed capacitance [C.sub.air] using Equation (8).
However, the distributed inductance of thin-film ground planes causes spatial potential differences.

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