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ISBN:0070107475
Author: Robert A. Chipman
ISBN13: 978-0070107472
Title: Transmission Lines (Schaum's Outline Series)
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Language: English
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Publisher: McGraw-Hill (June 1, 1968)
Pages: 248

Transmission Lines (Schaum's Outline Series) by Robert A. Chipman



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Series: Schaum's Outline Series. Paperback: 248 pages. Publisher: McGraw-Hill (June 1, 1968). This old out-of-print book is still the first one I go to when I have questions involving transmission lines. It not only has an excellent explanation of each topic covered, it intersperses the narrative with worked examples and has good problem sets at the end of each chapter. Although brief attention is given to the properties of telephone lines at kilohertz frequencies, the primary emphasis is on the behavior of typical transmission systems in use at frequencies from a few megahertz to a few gigahertz

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by Robert A. Chipman. Topics Electronics, Impedance, Standing Waves, Smith Chart, Resonant Lines, Differential Equation. Collection folkscanomy science; folkscanomy; additional collections. Robert A. Chipman Theory and Problems of Transmission Lines Schaums Outline Series McGraw-Hill 1968 Acrobat 7 Pdf 1. Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option. Identifier ransmissionLines.

Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Transmission Lines. Lines of regression, co-relation and rank correlation

Very solid notation, a complete treatment of matching topics, a great chapter on Smith chart fundamentals. Lots of worked examples and practice problems.

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Gunos
This old out-of-print book is still the first one I go to when I have questions involving transmission lines. It not only has an excellent explanation of each topic covered, it intersperses the narrative with worked examples and has good problem sets at the end of each chapter.

Although brief attention is given to the properties of telephone lines at kilohertz frequencies, the primary emphasis is on the behavior of typical transmission systems in use at frequencies from a few megahertz to a few gigahertz. There is no discussion of analytical techniques specifically adapted to the study of 60 hertz power lines. This book assumes that the reader has already taken courses in and is familiar with differential equations and electromagnetic fields and waves.

The topics covered include the interpretation of standing wave patterns, solving transmission line problems with the Smith chart, determining the transmission characteristics of a line from its geometry and materials, and the design of transmission line resonant circuits. The following is the table of contents:

1. Introduction

2. Postulates, symbols, and notation

3. The Differential Equations of the Uniform Transmission Line

4. Traveling Harmonic Waves

5. Propagation Characteristics and Distributed Circuit Coefficients

6. Distributed Circuit Coefficients and Physical Design

7. Impedence Relations

8. Standing Wave Patterns

9. Graphical Aids to Transmission Line Calculations

10. Resonant Transmission Line Circuits
Ynneig
Indispensible; an absolute must for anyone who needs to understand transmission-lines, vswr, smith-charts.
One of the best books I ever bought.
Bandiri
Met my expectations.
in waiting
Extraordinarily cogent text; good balance of rigor and narrative.

I purchased multiple copies of this gem and distributed it to my RF engineers

Required reading for essential preparation, knowledge and skill set

Do it!
lucky kitten
A little background, I studied under Dr. Chipman at the University of Toledo in the early 1970's. He was part of the British effort during World War II to develop radar and defensive strategies used during the Battle of Britain. He possessed the most extraordinary intellect I have ever encountered, and it shows in this text. It takes the student through the subject in a sequential, comprehensive manner with a clarity of thought seldom achieved in such texts. A must read for anyone involved in HF transmission lines.
Yar
Simply the best available on transmission line fundamentals. Very solid notation, a complete treatment of impedance/admittance matching topics, a great chapter on Smith chart fundamentals. Lots of worked examples and practice problems. The only drawback is that the chapter on methods for calculating R,L,G,C is outdated, having been replaced by modern numerical computational methods. It's a shame this little book has gone out of print.