From: Craig Clewell [mailto:CClewell@fciconnect.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 13, 1999 11:54 AM
To: Michael.Chan@COMPAQ.com; email@example.com;
Subject: Re: RE: [SI-LIST] : Mutual capacitance and inductance
I hope I can be of assistance to your question.
If you consider 2 coupled lines to be in the odd and even mode
configurations...In the odd mode the potential on one line is the negative
potential of the other line, while in the even mode, both lines have the
same potential. With that, Here we go!
Let Ca be the capacitance of an isolatd line to ground
Then: C(odd)= Ca + 2 Cm and L(odd)= La-Lm and
Z(odd)= square root of (L(odd)/C(odd))
Also: C(even)=Ca and L(even)= La +Lm and
Z(even)=square root of (L(even)/C(even))