Sweep Testing of Coaxial Cable (1965)

By Mr. Ken Simons, Jerrold Corporation

Sweep testing is essential for coaxial cables used in ETV and CATV distribution systems. This article compares three basic methods: measurement of transmission loss, measurement of input impedance, and measurement of reflection coefficient.

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