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Although one can consider each line individually, it is easiest to consider B,C and D as forming a composite line with impedance (ZB+ZC+ZD). 55) But this is simply the reflected wave one would expect from an open circuit. The same result is obtained if we consider the voltage transfer contributions 44 Electromagnetic Analysis Using Transmission Line Variables from each of the individual lines, B, C, and D. , the solution remain stable so long as the resistors are not activated. Unlike the one dimensional matrix, therefore, adjoining cells with differing voltage will remain at the same voltage without discharging into one another.
9 are useful for understanding the basic con- Introduction to Transmission Lines 17 cepts, two important flaws exist. For one thing the circuit is one dimensional and it does not take into account conductivity and electromagnetic spreading in the transverse directions. , prior to the activation of the cells, when R or Ri2, R23, etc... are very large. Suppose each of the cells in Fig. 9, which are connected in series, is initially charged to a different voltage. The cells will discharge into one another, unless artificial means are taken to prevent such a discharge, such as the artificial insertion of a series switch.
The outside waves are repelled from the high conductivity region at the boundary, where the low resistance nodes exist. The previous comments, concerning the case when R