## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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17 ) where D is the

s are the cofactors of the

These are the simple equations for a two - mesh network and this result shows ...

17 ) where D is the

**impedance**determinant of the current coefficients and the A 's are the cofactors of the

**impedances**with similar subscripts in this determinant .These are the simple equations for a two - mesh network and this result shows ...

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The input

load Z , is known as the iterative

simultaneously terminate the two ends of the network in such a way that the

The input

**impedance**for which z ' is equal to the**impedance**of the terminatingload Z , is known as the iterative

**impedance**. The**impedances**whichsimultaneously terminate the two ends of the network in such a way that the

**impedance**...Page 572

38 ) 22 ; + Ze tanh yl where zo is the input

the terminating

propagation constant . If i s also equal to un / 2w , where v , the wave velocity , is

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38 ) 22 ; + Ze tanh yl where zo is the input

**impedance**of the terminated line , zethe terminating

**impedance**, zi the characteristic**impedance**of the line , and y thepropagation constant . If i s also equal to un / 2w , where v , the wave velocity , is

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