I'm a student doing research in a physics lab and we often have the need for a certain type of BNC cable splitter. This splitter has a BNC jack which accepts a single coaxial cable as input. It has ...
I have been trying for a while to understand Coaxial Cable impedances for ham radio etc. use. I only know what it is not though. Coaxial Cable does not measure the rated impedance from one end to ...
Normally a coax cable connects a satellite dish to the receiver. I'm in a situation where I can't easily install a coax cable, but a wireless signal ought to be possible because it's only 10 meters ...
Often, if older standards become obsolete, it's because they are superseded by newer technologies. In the past networking was done using coax, instead of the twisted pair used today. Why did they use ...
Consider a ladder-line transmission line. Given any currents on the two conductors, we can describe those currents as the current on each conductor individually, or: currents that flow one way on ...
Say I have some ordinary coax between a receiver and an antenna. That coax will have three currents in it: the desired signal an exactly equal an opposite current on the inside of the shield ...
My question relates to the accumulated AC voltage that will appear on the screen of a length of coax: If the cable is properly terminated at one end and fed with data (or any signal) at the other ...