## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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A A 12 = ov, + ov, (14.17) where D is the

coefficients and the A's are the cofactors of the

subscripts in this determinant. These are the simple equations for a two-mesh

network and ...

A A 12 = ov, + ov, (14.17) where D is the

**impedance**determinant of the currentcoefficients and the A's are the cofactors of the

**impedances**with similarsubscripts in this determinant. These are the simple equations for a two-mesh

network and ...

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The

such a way that the

same and the

...

The

**impedances**' which simultaneously terminate the two ends of the network insuch a way that the

**impedance**viewed in either direction from terminals 1 is thesame and the

**impedance**viewed in either direction from terminals 2 is the same,...

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has a characteristic

outer diameter of the inner conductor of a concentric line if the inner diameter of

the outer conductor is 5 cm. and it has a characteristic

24.

has a characteristic

**impedance**of 600 ohms; what is its spacing? What is theouter diameter of the inner conductor of a concentric line if the inner diameter of

the outer conductor is 5 cm. and it has a characteristic

**impedance**of 60 ohms?24.

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