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Cables & connectors:      
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Physical connections Computer-networking RF cables Theoretical operation

Theoretical operation  related topics: EMC - EMI, Grounding and shielding techniques, RF transformers, Transmissionlines
Balanced audio a basic understanding of audio cables and connectors
Balanced line drivers
Balanced line technology balanced connections in an audio system are designed to reject both external noise, from power wiring etc, and also internal crosstalk from adacent signal cables
Balancing Why wires are noisy, About ground loops, How balanced wiring avoids ground loops, How balanced wiring avoids noise, XLR? Phone Plug? Who Cares? Cross-connecting balanced and unbalanced equipment, Reducing noise in unbalanced circuits
Bi-Directionality on a Broadband System Bi-Directionality on a Broadband System, pdf file
Cable anatomy microphone cable, speaker and instruments cables
Cable capacitance and audio signals illustrates the typical effects upon the power loss as a function of frequency which may arise for four differing choices of cable capacitance per unit length
Câble de transport d'énergie pdf file, en Français
Cables transmission and loss
Cabling white papers
Characteristic impedance of balanced cables how to measure the characteristic impedance of balanced cables by using the open/short method which is useful for cable manufacturers and cable users (telecommunications, telephone, TV, computer and instrument manufacturers)
Coax cable Coaxial cables are a type of cable that is used by cable TV and that is common for data communications
Coax cable technical features the purpose of the tansmission cable is to carry the RF signal with a minimum amount of loss. At the RF frequencies involved in CATV and MATV distribution systems, however, characteristics of the cable and losses in the cable must be taken into careful consideration
Coaxial cable Coaxial cable is an electrical cable consisting of a round conducting wire, surrounded by an insulating spacer, surrounded by a cylindrical conducting sheath, and usually surrounded by a final insulating layer, ...
Coaxial Cables and Applications pdf file
CONDUCTEURS_ET_CABLES pdf file, en Français
Conductor material
Connectivity knowledge platform everything about LAN, WAN, serial, parallel and telecom information
Crosstalk crosstalk, pdf file
Crosstalk ppt file
Crossstalk: analyzing crosstalk and ground bounce in multiconductor systems pdf file
Crossstalk: and noise problems in audio conductors pdf file
Crosstalk between two pairs of parallel conductors
Driving Balanced Analog Inputs from Unbalanced Sources Most low to medium-speed, analog-to-digital channels include a balanced input in order to provide some degree of rejection of common-mode voltage
Electrical definitions relating to connectors and cables pdf file
EMI prevention in clock distribution circuits pdf file
Finite resistance in transmission lines skin effect
Grounding and bonding In each TR, any metallic component that is attached to the telecommunications cabling infrastructure, or comes in contact with any other metallic component attached to the infrastructure, must be bonded to the telecommunications grounding busbar (TGB) per the TIA standard, pdf file
Insulating material
Interfacing, switching, distributing and transmitting high resolution video signals
Les courants HF et l'effet de peau en Français
Litzendraht wire Litzendraht Wire (Litz wire) is a bundle of multiple insulated strands which, in theory, has lower ac resistance than a single strand of the same cross sectional area. This is due to the reduction of the skin effect (i.e. the current of an ac signal doesn't penetrate all the way into a conductor), but is limited by the mutual coupling between the strands
Litz wire Litz wire, pdf file
Litz wire Litz wire, pdf file
Litz wire the term "Litz wire" is derived from the German word "litzendraht" meaning woven wire. It is contructed of individually insulated magnet wires either twisted or braided into a uniform pattern
Loudspeaker cable characteristic impedance the effect of the characteristic impedance of a loudspeaker cable
Modèle à constante répartie d'une ligne de transmission pdf file, en Français
Parallelism and crosstalk pdf file
Parameters of a two-conductor transmission line series resistance per unit length, ohm per meter, series inductance per unit length, henry per meter, shunt conductance per unit length, mho per meter, shunt capacitance per unit length, farad per meter
Parameters of a two-conductor transmission line A.C. Impedance, Zo Characteristic Impedance, High Frequency Impedance, Low Frequency Impedance, Corner Frequency, Open Wire Phone Lines, CAT5 Wire Measurements, RG-58 50 Ohm Coax Measurements, 500 Dial Phone Line Impedance
Return loss
RF coaxial cables
Skin depth effects skin depth is a measure of how far electrical conduction takes place in a conductor, and is a function of frequency. At DC (0 Hz) the entire conductor is used, no matter how thick it is, ...
Skin effect Skin effect relevance in speaker cables
Skin effect Equivalent Circuit Model for the Skin Effect
Skin effect why does high-frequency current flow only on the outer surface of a printed-circuit trace
Skin effect and cable impedance
Skin effect what is Skin effect
Skin effect an animated plot of the radio frequency current and magnetic field in a conductor
Skin effect what is Skin effect
Skin effect Skin effect refers to the tendency of current flow in a conductor to be confined to a layer in the conductor close to its outer surface, ...
Skin Effect Calculations Skin Effect Calculations
Sound system interconnection almost all cases of noise can be traced directly to ground loops, grounding or lack thereof. It is important to understand the mechanism that causes grounding noise in order to effectively eliminate it
Technical library white papers, lab reports, standards guides and supplier-partner technical papers
Techniek van kabels technische eigenschappen van kabels, skin effect, karakteristieke impedantie, capacioteit, kabelverliezen, zelfinductie, in Dutch
Transmission lines 3 Proximity Effect in Transmission Lines, a physical phenomenon that cause opposing currents in adjacent wires to draw toward one another, the proximity effect is caused by changing magnetic fields and therefore does not occur for low frequency signals
Transmission and loss
Twisted pair signal levels
Why 50 ohms?
Wires and cables

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