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Lecture 6 Lossy Transmission Lines and the Smith Chart

Lecture 6 Lossy Transmission Lines and the Smith Chart

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EECS 117
 Lecture 6: Lossy Transmission Lines and the SmithChart
Prof. NiknejadUniversity of California, Berkeley
University of California, Berkeley EECS
1
17 Lecture 6 – p. 1/ 
 
Dispersionless Line
To find the conditions for the transmission line to bedispersionless in terms of the
R
,
L
,
,
G
, expand
γ 
=
 
(
 jωL
+
R
)(
 jωC 
+
G
)=
 
(
 jω
)
2
LC 
(1 +
R jωL
+
G jωC 
+
RG
(
 jω
)
2
LC 
)=
 
(
 jω
)
2
LC 
Suppose that
R/L
=
G/C 
and simplify the
term
= 1 +2
R jωL
+
R
2
(
 jω
)
2
L
2
University of California, Berkeley EECS
1
17 Lecture 6 – p. 2/ 
 
Dispersionless Line (II)
For
R/L
=
G/C 
the propagation constant simplifies
=
1 +
R jωL
2
γ 
=
 jω
LC 
1 +
R jωL
Breaking
γ 
into real and imaginary components
γ 
=
R
 
L
 jω
LC 
=
α
+
jβ 
The attenauation constant
α
is independent offrequency. For low loss lines,
α
R
0
The propagation constant
β 
is a linear function offrequency
University of California, Berkeley EECS
1
17 Lecture 6 – p. 3/ 

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