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Eigenschaften und Dimensionierung von Koaxialkabeln, Streifenleitungen, Finleitungen, Richtkopplern und Hochfrequenzfiltern

  • Otto Zinke
  • Heinrich Brunswig
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Zusammenfassung

In den einleitenden Abschn. 4.2 bis 4.3.3 ist der bergang von den integralen Größen Spannung, Strom und Leitungswellenwiderstand zu den Feldgrößen elektrische Feldstärke, magnetische Feldstärke und Feldwellenwiderstand auf anschauliche Weise anhand eines Feldbildes im Querschnitt vollzogen. Damit werden sehr einfache Zusammenhänge zwischen Spannung und elektrischer Feldstärke, Strom und magnetischer Feldstärke offenbar, bei denen die Begriffe der Teilspannung Δ U zwischen benachbarten Potentialflächen und des Teilstromes ΔI zwischen benachbarten elektrischen Feldlinien sich als nützlich erweisen.

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