line reflection

line reflection

[′līn ri‚flek·shən]
(communications)
Reflection of a signal at the end of a transmission line, at the junction of two or more lines, or at a substation.
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From the first layer line reflection on the patterns, the fiber period, that is the length of the unit-cell c-axis, could be estimated [16].
5 to 30 Kw with frequencies up to 400l-lz (4 to 24A) or to 200Hz (33 to 66A), this proven technology reduces high output voltage dv/dt from IGBT motor drives and restricts over-voltages caused by line reflections on motor cables.