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|Title:||On-Line Impedance Measurement of Transmission Lines Using A Microprocessor and A Fast Multiplier|
|Department:||Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|Keywords:||Electrical and Computer Engineering;Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|Abstract:||<p>A system is designed for calculating on-line digital impedance of a transmission line using a Microprocessor (Intel 8085) and a Fast Multiplier (TRW TDC 1003J). The approach taken is to use a digital filter to extract the fundamental component of voltage V and current I, then the impedance is given by V/I. The filter is of the sliding or running spectral measurement type. The total time taken for impedance calculation is 1.033 msec for 16 samples in a cycle at the power line frequency of 60 Hz. The maximum absolute error is ±1.52% the largest possible impedance value.</p>|
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