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An Interactive Tool for Teaching Transmission Line Concepts Public

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  • In college transmission lines courses, students are expected to understand how different circuit configurations affect the signals on a transmission line. Having a way to visualize these signals can greatly improve their learning experience. This thesis details the development of an open source, interactive learning tool used to illustrate fundamental transmission line concepts. The tool provides an engaging environment that lets students construct circuits and generate transient and steady state animations for lossless and lossy lines, respectively. A variety of adjustable sources and loads are available, letting students explore a range of transmission line phenomena. Matlab was chosen for the development of this tool, and all source code is freely available online. The hope is that students and educators will learn from this tool and develop it further to create additional avenues for understanding transmission line concepts. Key Words: transmission line, open source, electrical, engineering, Matlab, interactive
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