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Z, = ZiZ2 Zi + Z, In terms of the resistance and

)(R2 + jXi) . „ „, (fti + fl2) + UOi } Separating into real and imaginary parts Z' = R' +

jX' where zf, (Ri + Rt)(RiR2 - XiiXj) + (Xi + X8)(XiR2 + XiRi) ,oi * ~ (5T+ Rt)2 + (x, ...

Z, = ZiZ2 Zi + Z, In terms of the resistance and

**reactance**of each branch / (Ri + jXi)(R2 + jXi) . „ „, (fti + fl2) + UOi } Separating into real and imaginary parts Z' = R' +

jX' where zf, (Ri + Rt)(RiR2 - XiiXj) + (Xi + X8)(XiR2 + XiRi) ,oi * ~ (5T+ Rt)2 + (x, ...

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Without restriction Z can be a pure

be absorbed in R' or R0. Thus a positive or inductive

is inversely proportional to the frequency, can be produced if Z is a capacity (a ...

Without restriction Z can be a pure

**reactance**since the resistive component canbe absorbed in R' or R0. Thus a positive or inductive

**reactance**, which, however,is inversely proportional to the frequency, can be produced if Z is a capacity (a ...

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If the far end is open and the resistance can be neglected, the

to cot <d(L'C')» where l is the length of the wire and V and C are the inductance

and capacitance, respectively, per unit length. The dashed curve of Fig.

If the far end is open and the resistance can be neglected, the

**reactance**reducesto cot <d(L'C')» where l is the length of the wire and V and C are the inductance

and capacitance, respectively, per unit length. The dashed curve of Fig.

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