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Qualitative discussion of solution in this general form is quite difficult. There are two simplifiations that can be used: (1) low loss approximation, which assumes r Ӷ Ͷᐉ and g Ӷ Ͷc, and (2) low loss conductor on a perfect dielectric, which assumes r Ӷ Ͷᐉ and g ϵ 0. In order to describe the role of conductor losses in signal transmission, we shall use the second approximation as well as the complex algebra relations given in Reference 4 in order to obtain the attenuation coefficient α∼ = r 2Z0 the ‘‘unit time delay’’ τ˜ = β ∼ 1 r =τ 1+ ω 2 2ω 2 and the characteristic impedance 1 r Zc ∼ = Z0 1 + 2 2ω 2 −j r 2ω where Z0 ϭ ͙ᐉ/c is the characteristic impedance and ␶ ϭ ͙ᐉc is the unit time delay of lossless line.

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The time-average power dissipated in the actual conductor in the steady ac state is Pc = 1 2 j∗ S j ρ dS where S is the conductor cross section, j is the current density, and j* is the conjugate current density. The calculation of power involves solution of quasi-static field equations. The power dissipated in the model is PM = 1 2 I rac 2 where I is the magnitude of the total current flowing through the conductor and rac is the equivalent ac resistance. The power equivalency (PM ϭ Pc) yields the ac resistance j∗ rac = S j ρ dS I2 which accounts for the skin effect well known in electromagnetism.

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