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Bibliography - RF Transmission Lines

Author: Edmund A. Laport

1. Eaglesfield, C. C., Characteristic Impedance of Transmission Lines, Wireless Engr., 22:222, May, 1944.

2. Carter, P. S., Charts for Transmission Line Measurements and Computations, RCA Rev., 3:355, January, 1939.

3. Roosenstein, H. O., Conduction of High-frequency Oscillatory Energy, Proc. IRE, 19:1849, October, 1931.

4. Alford, A., Coupled Networks in Radio-frequency Circuits, Proc. IRE, 29:55, February, 1941.

5. Jamieson, H. W., and J. R. Whinnery, Equivalent Circuits for Discontinuities in Transmission Lines, Proc. IRE, 32:98, February, 1944.

6. Roder, H., Graphical Methods for Problems Involving Radio-frequency Transmission Lines, Proc. IRE, 21:290, February, 1933.

7. Salzberg, B., Graphs for Transmission Lines; Reference Sheet, Electronics, 15:47, January, 1942.

8. Paine, R. C., Graphical Solution of Voltage and Current Distribution and Impedance of Transmission Lines, Proc. IRE, 32:686, November, 1944.

9. Alford, A., High-frequency Transmission-line Networks, Elec. Commun., 17:301, January, 1939.

10. Smith, P. H., Improved Transmission-line Calculator, Electronics, 17:130, January, 1944.

11. Fuchs, Morton, Intercoupled Transmission Lines, Elec. Commun., 21:248, 1944.

12. Harris, C. C., Losses in Twisted-pair Transmission Lines at Radio Frequencies, Proc. IRE, 24:425, March, 1936.

13. Bloch, A., Lossless Transmission Lines; Analysis by Means of Two Simple Diagrams, Wireless Engr., 21:161, April, 1944.

14. Spangenberg, K., Propagation Constant and Characteristic Impedance of High-loss Transmission Lines, Electronics, August, 1942, p. 57.

15. Alford, A., and S. Pickles, Radio-frequency High-voltage Phenomena, Trans. AIEE, 59:129, March, 1940.

16. Howe, G. W. 0., Reflections from Unmatched Feeder Terminals; Spindle Graphical Method, Wireless Engr., 20:215, May, 1943.

17. Huxley, L. G. H., and W. Jackson, Solution of Transmission-line Problems by Use of the Circle Diagram of Impedance, J. IEE, 91 (part 3): 105, September, 1944.

18. Chestnut, R. W., H. A. Affel, and R. H. Mills, Transmission Lines, Bell System. Tech. J., 13:285, August, 1934.

19. Paine, R. C., Transmission-line Calculator, Electronics, March, 1945, p. 140.

20. Pierce, J. E., Transmission-line Equation in Terms of Impedance, Bell System Tech. J., 22:263, July, 1943.

21. Streba, E. J., and C. B. Feldman, Transmission Lines for Short-wave Radio Systems, Proc. IRE, 20:1163, July, 1932.

22. Colebrook, F. M., Transmission-line Theory in Terms of Propagation Characteristics and Reflection Coefficients, Wireless Engr., 21:167, April, 1944.

Tapered Transmission Lines

23. Christiansen, W. N., An Exponential Transmission Line Employing Straight Conductors, Proc. IRE, 35:576, June, 1947.

24. Burrows, C. R., Exponential Transmission Line, Bell System Tech. J., 17:555, October, 1938.

25. Gent, A. W., and P. J. Wallis, Impedance Matching by Tapered Transmission Lines, J. IEE, 93(part 3a): 559, 1946.

26. Wheeler, H. A., Transmission Lines with Exponential Taper, Proc. IRE, 27:65, January, 1939.

Open-wire Unbalanced Transmission Lines

27. Duncan, R. D., Characteristic Impedance of Grounded and Ungrounded Open-wire Transmission Lines, Communications (N.Y.), June, 1938, p. 10.

28. Brown, G. H., Characteristics of Overhead Unbalanced Transmission Lines, Broadcast News (RCA), May, 1941.

29. Laport, E. A., Open-wire Radio-frequency Transmission Lines, Proc. IRE, 31:271, June, 1943.

High-frequency Transmission Systems

30. Chamberlain, A. B., CBS International Broadcast Facilities, Proc. IRE 30:118, March, 1942.

31. McLean, F. C., and F. D. Bolt, Design and Use of Radio-frequency Open-wire Transmission Lines and Switchgear for Broadcasting, Jour. IEE, 93(3): 191, May, 1946.

32. Wilkinson, E. J., Testing of High-frequency Aerial Systems and Transmission Lines, Proc. IRE (Australia), February, 1947.

33. Hayes, L. W., and B. N. McLarty, The Empire Broadcasting Station at Daventry, J. IEE, 85:321, 1939.

Concentric (Coaxial) Transmission Lines

34. Andrew, V. J., Applications of Concentric Transmission Lines, Electronics, March, 1937, p. 40.

35. Kenney, N. D., Coaxial Cable Design, Electronics, May, 1945, p. 124.

36. Whinnery, J. R., H. W. Jamieson, and T. E. Robbins, Coaxial Line Discontinuities, Proc. IRE, 32:695, November, 1944.

37. Hollingsworth, L. M., Concentric-section Resonant Transmission Lines, Proc. IRE, 29:356, June, 1941.

38. Larrick, C. V., and H. H. Race, High-frequency Coaxial Line Calculations, Elec. Eng., 61:526, July, 1942.

39. Epperson, J. B., Installation of Coaxial Transmission Lines, Electronics, July-August, 1939.

40. Duttera, W. S., New Coaxial Transmission Line at WTAM, Electronics, March, 1939, p. 30,

41. Hansell, C. W., Resonant Lines for Frequency Control, Elec. Eng., 54:852, August, 1935.

42. Hansell, C. W., and P. S. Carter, Frequency Control by Low Power-factor Line Circuits, Proc. IRE, 24:597, April, 1936.

43. Dietsch, C. G., Terminating Concentric Lines; Theory and Practice of Coupling Low-impedance Concentric Transmission Lines to Antennas, Electronics, December, 1936, p. 16.

Special Subjects and Measurements

44. Frankel, S., Characteristic Impedance of Parallel Wires in Rectangular Troughs, Proc. IRE, 30:182, April, 1942.

45. Brennecke, C. G., Equivalent T and Pi Sections for the Quarter-wavelength Line, Proc. IRE, 32:15, January, 1944.

46. Easton, I. G., Measurements of the Characteristics of Transmission Lines, Gen. Radio Experimenter, 18, November-December, 1943.

47. Harrison, C. W., On the Pickup of Balanced Four-wire Lines, Proc. IRE, 30:517, November, 1942.

48. King, R., Coupled Antennas and Transmission Lines, Proc. IRE, 31:626, November, 1943.

49. Labus, J. W., Measurement of Resistance and Impedance at High Frequencies, Proc. IRE, 19:452, March, 1931.

50. Morton, H. B., and J. W. Whitehead, Two Transmitters on One Aerial, Electronic Eng., 20:157, May, 1948.

51. Lutkin, F. E., R. H. J. Gary, and G. N. Harding, Wideband Aerials and Transmission Lines for 2 to 85 Mc/s, /. IEE, 93(IIIa): 552, 1946.

52. Laport, E. A., Simplified Network Synthesis, Broadcast News, January May, 1939.

53. Brown, G. H., Directive Antennas, Proc. IRE, 25:78, January, 1937.

54. Smith, N. S., High-frequency Broadcasting in Australia, Proc. IRE (Australia), October, 1948, p. 4.

55. Arnold, J. W., and R. C. Taylor, Linearly Tapered Loaded Transmission Lines, Proc. IRE, 20:1811, November, 1932.

56. Bechberger, P. F., and J. W. Arnold, Sinusoidal Currents in Linearly-tapered Loaded Transmission Lines, Proc. IRE, 19:304, February, 1931.

57. Marchand, N., Transmission-line Conversion Transformers; Methods for Joining a Balanced Two-wire Line to a Coaxial Line, Electronics, December, 1944, p. 142.

58. Fubini, E. G., and P. J. Sutro, A Wideband Transformer from an Unbalanced to a Balanced Line, Proc. IRE, 36:1153, October, 1947.

59. Thornhill, W. T., and E. W. Beasley, Influence of Corona Formation upon the Design of High-voltage Apparatus, Marconi Rev., 90:87, July-September, 1948.

60. Sarbacher R. L, and W. A. Edson, Hyper and Ultra-high Frequency Engineering, Chaps. 8 and 9, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1943.

61. Terman, F. E., Radio Engineers' Handbook, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York, 1943.

62. Harper, A. E., Rhombic Antenna Design, D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., New York, 1941.

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