# R: need help for networking loop back, Thanks

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Wed, 28 May 1997 07:55:25 +0200

maybe a better solution could be a cascade of equal low pass cell with
series resistor in order to simulate both the transmission lines
property
and the losses.
If your input/output impedance are not so different from the
characteristic
impedance of the cable the number of cells could be low, let say 10,
In order to get a more exact idea you can run a little simulation with
spice.
regard and sorry for the bad english
Ing. Giuseppe Rossi NCE

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>Da: John Lin - TAO[SMTP:[email protected]]
>Inviato: mercoled=EC 28 maggio 1997 3.54
>A: 'si-list'
>Cc: '[email protected]'
>Oggetto: need help for networking loop back, Thanks
>
>Hi,
> For testing network system on PC, we plan to design a device -- "loop
>back". With this loop_back, we can run burn-in program on PC and test
>the stability of the network system. Currently, we need to use
>100 meter long cable to work as the loop_back.=20
>
>My question is how to design the loop_back without using 100 meter long
>cable and still have the effect of 100 meter cable?=20
>
>My idea is that using two short cables, 50cm, with resistors to
>simulation attenuation of long cable shown below:
>
>8.55 ohms to works as DC resistor for 100 m cable.
> L1 (50 cm ) =20
> >--R1-------------------+ Because of
>Characteristic imped. Z0 for cable is 100 ohms
> | R2 // R3 =3D
>100 ohms (to avoid reflection).
> <---------------R2 +---+ =20
> L2 (50 cm) | R2/(R2+R3) =3D
>attenuation of 100 m cable.
> R3
> |
> ----
> / / / (gnd)
> =20
>Could somebody tell me if my idea is correct or not?