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transmission line

Artificial transmission line

In telecommunication, an artificial transmission line (art line) is a four-terminal electrical network (i.e. an electrical circuit) that has the characteristic impedance, transmission time delay, phase shift, and/or other parameter(s) of a real transmission line and therefore can be used to simulate a real transmission line in one or more of these respects.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C

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