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Since the impedances RS ¼ Zo are predetermined, then the ratio V/I ¼ Rs ¼ Zo is also determined in the paths around the tested device and inside the measurement instrument, and one can measure either voltage or current while calculating the complementary quantity. Then, all other quantities are a linear combination or a ratio of V and I. The scattering S-parameters, fji ¼ sji, are the most widely used system of parameters, because they are deﬁned for the characteristic impedance Zo, that is, measurable in practice.
The length-densities R0 , L0 , G0 , and C0 are normally termed as unit-length resistance, inductance, conductance, and capacitance of the transmission line. Assuming a sufﬁciently small ﬁnite distance step Dx / dx / 0, the uniform transmission line can be viewed as a cascade of identical sections, each dx long, as depicted in Figure 6. The series resistance and inductance and the shunt conductance and capacitance of each section are dR ¼ R0 dx, dL ¼ L0 dx, dG ¼ G0 dx, and dC ¼ C0 dx, respectively.
Voltmeters and ampere-meters are inserted in the equivalent circuit for each section. These are the wave meters for the voltage and current waves in the transmission line. Applying a voltage from the signal source VS with impedance ZS, current begins ﬂowing in the circuit. Z’dx I(x) P1 R’dx IF>0 L’dx +A− P2 IR<0 +A− − IS I+dI dV=I×Z’dx<0 + IL dI=V×Y’dx<0 Y’dx ZS C’dx G’dx VS ~ x=0 x=dx + V − + V − V(x) x=2dx ZL V+dV … x=L FIGURE 6 Electrical circuit equivalent of transmission line with notations and sign convention.