Transmission characteristics of electric wave-filters

  title={Transmission characteristics of electric wave-filters},
  author={Otto J. Zobel},
  journal={Bell System Technical Journal},
  • O. J. Zobel
  • Published 1 October 1924
  • Engineering
  • Bell System Technical Journal
The transmission loss characteristic of a transmitting network as a function of frequency is an index of the network's steady-state selective properties. Methods of calculation heretofore employed to determine these characteristics for composite wave-filters are long and tedious. This paper gives a method for such determinations which greatly simplifies and shortens the calculations by the introduction of a system of charts. Account is taken of the effects of both wave-filter dissipation and… 

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