Selecting transmission lines

Bennett, Mick
October 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Oct2008, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p100
Trade Publication
The article focuses on selecting the most appropriate feeder solution or transmission line for a specific application. Accordingly, broadcast transmission sites display a wide range of electrical and physical requirements. It states that the final selection will be based typically on a combination of the various technical priorities and associated cost impact.


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