transmission-line parameters

transmission-line parameters

[tranz′mish·ən ¦līn pə‚ram·əd·ərz]
(electricity)
The quantities which are necessary to specify the impedance per unit length of a transmission line, and the admittance per unit length between various conductors of the line. Also known as linear electrical parameters; line parameters; transmission line constants.
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Koellner, "Identification of short transmission-line parameters from synchrophasor measurements," in Proceedings of 2008 40th North American Power Symposium, pp.
Koellner, "Identification of short transmission-line parameters from synchrophasor measurements," in Proceedings of the 40th North American Power Symposium (NAPS '09), pp.
This p aper also provided in one place all the equations necessary to perform Open-Short-Load-Thru calibrations for any standards, given either direct measurements or appropriate models for the transmission-line parameters and reflection coefficients
In the past, many workers have used various measurement tecniques [4,5] to characterize transmission-line parameters of the propagation constant and of the characteristic impedance.

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