A two conductor cable in which the one conductor surrounds and is
insulated from an inner conductor.
An artificial load which accepts transmitter output, converting the rf
Power in a transmission line which moves from the transmitter to the
Cycles per second.
An electrical load which consumes full transmitter output, preventing
any reflected power returning to the transmitter.
An electrical load whose ohmic value is not matched to the transmitter
so that there is power reflected back to the transmitter.
One million hertz or one million cycles per second.
Traveling waves moving in a transmission line from the antenna or
load back to the transmitter due to the ohmic mismatch of the load
with the transmitter.
Current and voltage distribution in a transmission line caused by two
sets of waves traveling in opposite directions resulting in minimum and
maximum stationary points.
STANDING WAVE RATIO
The ratio of maximum current (or voltage) to the minimum current (or
voltage) of standing waves in a transmission line.
An electrical wave which moves through a transmission line in either a
forward or reflected direction.