An analytic calculation of the interaction between a pulsed electromagnetic field and two-wire transmission lines in nonuniform media
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A solution of the system of equations derived in  are obtained, and analytic expressions are found for the currents in a line with arbitrary input and output impedances. The results are compared with those obtained in other publications.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Electromagnetic Field Transmission Line Analytic Calculation
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