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.
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.
However, the distributed inductance of thin-film ground planes causes spatial potential differences.

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