[SI-LIST] : Re: [SI-LIST] (transmission line demo tool)

Pat Zabinski (zabinski.patrick@mayo.edu)
Thu, 22 Oct 1998 08:03:28 -0500

This is not quite shareware, but HP has a pretty good interactive
application note on impedance matching that should be good as
a primer for students:

http://www.tmo.hp.com/tmo/Notes/interactive/an-95-1/classes/imatch.html

There use to be even a better page, but it seems to no longer exist.
If someone knows if it's been moved, please let me know.

http://www-ncce.ceg.uiuc.edu/~singh/javahtml/Double_Stub_Line/Stub.html

Pat Zabinski

> > > I am interested in a freeware or shareware demonstration tool that
> > > illustrates the reflections on a transmission line as a function of
> > > termination matches/mismatches, input signal structure, etc.
> >
> > There are transmission line simulators; but why not just use any of the
> > SPICE programs? PSPICE, etc. They all have basic transmission lines.
> >
>
> I assume he is looking for something very visual that would give a sense of
what
> a traveling wave or standing wave looks like on the line.
>
> Dan

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