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  • Time Domain Reflectometers-Applications
    TIME DOMAIN REFLECTOMETER - TECHNOLOGY REVIEW. Two side-by-side conductors that are separated by an insulator (as in a cable) have. a characteristic impedance between them. If the distance between the conductors. does not change, this impedance does not change. If the distance between them
  • Bend Radius & Cable Installation Workmanship
    of the conductor and shield - they are. no longer concentric -and shows up as a change in impedance at the. point of "injury." This can actually be seen on a Time Domain Reflectometer. (TDR), an instrument which examines cables for signal reflection,. appearing as an electrical "bump" (or dip). The penalty
  • ECH2O Dielectric Probes vs Time Domain Reflectometers (TDR) (.pdf)
    capacitance. With that in mind, we will try to clarify the difference between the two techniques. The capacitance technique determines the dielectric permittivity of a medium by measuring the charge time of a capacitor, which uses that medium as a dielectric.

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