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1.1) Introduction 
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1.2) Measuring Voltage 
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1.3) Measuring Current 
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2.1) Impedance of Terminations, Signal Generators and Coaxial Cables 
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2.2) Termination Impedance 
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2.3) Signal Generator Source Impedance 
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2.4) Coaxial Cable Characteristic Impedance 
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3.1) Coaxial Cable Attenuation 
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3.2) Coaxial Cable Attenuation per Metre 
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3.3) Coaxial Cable Attenuation with Frequency 
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4.1) Reflection in a Coaxial Cable 
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4.2) Forward Direction 
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4.3) Reflected Direction 
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5.1) Velocity of Propagation 
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5.2) Velocity Factor of a Coaxial Cable 
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5.3) INCIDENT Voltages in a Coaxial Cable 
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5.4) Relative Phase of INCIDENT and REFLECTED Voltages from a SHORT 
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5.5) Relative Phase of REFLECTED Voltages from an OPEN and a SHORT 
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5.6) Relative Phase of INCIDENT and REFLECTED Currents from a SHORT 
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5.7) Relative Phase of INCIDENT and REFLECTED Currents from an OPEN 
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5.8) Relative Phase of REFLECTED Currents from an OPEN and a SHORT 
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5.9) Relative Phase of INCIDENT and REFLECTED signals in a mismatch 
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6.1) Phase relationships Along the Length of a Mismatched Transmission Line 
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6.2) Complex Impedance 
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6.3) Conclusions 
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Appendix B  Bridge 

B.1) Introduction 
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B.2) Circuit Description  Transformers 
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B.3) Circuit Description  Reflected Direction 
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B.4) Circuit Description  INCIDENT Direction 
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Appendix C  Current/Voltage Detector 

C.1) Introduction 
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C.2) Principle of Sine Wave Detection with a Diode 
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C.3) Mathematically Linearising a Detection Diode 
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C.4) Plotting the Diode Curve 
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C.5) Finding the Voltage Correction Constants 
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C.6) Principle of the Current Detection Circuit 
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C.7) Plotting the Current Curve 
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C.8) Finding the Current Correction Constants 
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C.9) Peak Vector Sum Voltage and Peak Vector Difference Current 
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