loaded line

loaded line

[′lōd·əd līn]
(electricity)
Wire line in which loading coils have been inserted at regular intervals to reduce attenuation and phase lag at the frequencies within the band used.

loaded line

A telephone line from customer to central office that uses loading coils to reduce distortion.
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In this resource on elastohydrodynamic lubrication (EHL), Kudish (Kettering University) presents a method for assessing lightly and heavily loaded line and point EHL contacts using asymptotic and numerical approaches.
A LOADED LINE may be defined as a transmission line having a distribution of uniformly spaced capacitive loads (4).
the loaded line characteristic impedance (Zo') should be utilized when computing the optimum values for terminators, not the unloaded (Zo).
In some cases a minimum loaded line impedance is essential for maintaining signal quality, such as keeping the first signal plateau beyond receiver threshold.
Carefully modeled switch FETs are used to implement loaded line 22.
Since loaded lines are inappropriate|8~ for phase shifts of greater than 45 |degrees~, the 90 |degrees~ bit follows a switched line approach.
As surrogates for the Republican and Democratic nominees trade verbal jabs and riled crowds shout racially loaded lines, the Republican Party chairman in hotly contested Virginia shouldn't up the ante with such an outlandish comparison.
The design incorporates a wide variety of techniques using microstrip technology with the combination of switched lines, loaded lines and PIN diode switches to achieve minimum loss and linear phase over the operating frequency band and monotonic phase.
The electrical characterization has been performed from 4 to 18 GHz on test circuits, which include DC blocks, 50 [ohms] loaded lines, attenuators and coupled lines designed with the assistance of microwave circuit analysis software.
For the 50 [ohms] loaded lines and the attenuators, the main parameters are the geometry of printed resistors and the ink resistivity.