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    Title: 傳輸線模擬電路-可肉眼觀察射頻訊號在傳輸線中的行為;Transmission Line Simulation Circuit-obseving RF signals’ action in transmission line
    Authors: 王榆絢;Wang, Yu Syuan
    Contributors: 電機工程研究所
    Keywords: 肉眼觀察射頻RF訊號;傳輸線理論教學;傳輸線特性模擬;observing RF characteristics in naked eyes;transmission line educaiotn;transmission line theory
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2019-07-17
    Publisher: 電機工程研究所
    Abstract: 本論文研究主題-傳輸線模擬電路,此電路為能表現出射頻訊號在傳輸線中的行為,可看見暫態的行進與干涉共振後的現象,因射頻訊號特性複雜,在相關領域的知識多用數學式來表達與推算,因此概念抽像不易理解。針對抽象問題,且不同於市面的軟體模擬,本論文討論為用硬體技術來完成用肉眼就能觀察的功能,且最後也有課程的實際應用和問卷回饋,得不錯的回應,也證明此傳輸線模擬電路研究確實有實用價值。
    This paper contains one subject-transmission line simulation circuit. This circuitcan show RF signals’ actions in the transmission line and make observers see thesignal moving or resonating in naked eyes. Because RF signals’ characteristics arecomplex and usually described with arithmetic formulas, related concepts are abstractfor understanding. To improve understanding difficulty, this paper use hardware todesign the fuction of observing in naked eyes. Moreover, there is a course and aquestionnaire for the application of this research. Then getting a great result provesthis transmission line simulation circuit having an applicability
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