Principles of Transmission Lines, Crosstalk and Cable Screening

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Transmission line theory is essential not only in RF and microwave communications but also in the design of fast digital circuits and the understanding of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) problems. It provides a link between circuit analysis and electromagnetics. Cross-talk is generally the unwanted propagation of noise or interference between transmission lines, but the same effect can be utilised in the design of RF components such as directional couplers.

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Course scope

The course covers both the fundamental theory of transmission lines and its practical applications to propagation, impedance matching, coupling and cross-talk especially in the fields of EMC and RF Communications.

Who should attend

Engineers working in fields such as EMC, digital circuit design and RF and microwave communications, who require an understanding of transmission line theory and its applications to cross-talk, cable screening and related areas.

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Last Updated: 2014-Feb-11