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2024-04-15JST10:44:07 We have computed the propagation characteristics of a typical PLC signal along a single-core cable having two, 3-mm thick semiconducting layers, using the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method. | We have computed the propagation characteristics of a typical PLC signal along a single-core cable having two, 3-mm thick semiconducting layers, using the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method. |

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2024-04-15JST10:34:07 Power-line-communication (PLC) systems use high-voltage cables in a frequency range up to 30 MHz Since the cables are not designed for this duty, there can be significant signal attenuation and distortion. We have computed the propagation characteristics of a typical PLC signal along a signal-core cable having two, 3-mm thick semiconducting layers, using the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method. The PLC signal suffers significant attenuation for two different values of layer conductivity σ. With σ=10^-3S/m. attenuation is caused by radial charging and discharging of the semiconducting layers. Axial current propagation along the layers dominates losses at σ=10^3S/m. | Power-line-communication (PLC) systems use high-voltage cables in a frequency range up to 30 MHz Since the cables are not designed for this duty, there can be significant signal attenuation and distortion. We have computed the propagation characteristics of a typical PLC signal along a signal-core cable having two, 3-mm thick semiconducting layers, using the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method. The PLC signal suffers significant attenuation for two different values of layer conductivity σ. With σ=10^-3S/m. attenuation is caused by radial charging and discharging of the semiconducting layers. Axial current propagation along the layers dominates losses at σ=10^3S/m. |

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2024-04-15JST10:28:23 Power line communication (PLC) systems use high-voltage cables in a frequency range up to 30 MHz . Since the cables are not designed for this duty , there can be significant signal attenuation and distortion. We have computed the propagation characteristics of a typical PLC signal along a single-core cable having two,3-mm thick semiconducting layers, using the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method. The PLC signal suffers significant attenuation for two different values of layer conductivity . With σ=10^-3 S/m, attenuation is caused by radial charging and discharging of the semiconducting layers. Axial current propagation along the layers dominates losses at σ=30^3 S/m. | Power line communication (PLC) systems use high-voltage cables in a frequency range up to 30 MHz . Since the cables are not designed for this duty , there can be significant signal attenuation and distortion. We have computed the propagation characteristics of a typical PLC signal along a single-core cable having two,3-mm thick semiconducting layers, using the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method. The PLC signal suffers significant attenuation for two different values of layer conductivity . With σ=10^-3 S/m, attenuation is caused by radial charging and discharging of the semiconducting layers. Axial current propagation along the layers dominates losses at σ=30^3 S/m. |

2024-04-15JST10:28:14 Power line communication (PLC) systems use high-voltage cables in a frequency range up to 30 MHz . Since the cables are not designed for this duty , there can be significant signal attenuation and distortion. We have computed the propagation characteristics of a typical PLC signal along a single-core cable having two,3-mm thick semiconducting layers, using the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method. The PLC signal suffers significant attenuation for two different values of layer conductivity . With σ=10^-3 S/m, attenuation is caused by radial charging and discharging of the semiconducting layers. Axial current propagation along the layers dominates losses at σ=30^3 S/m. | Power line communication (PLC) systems use high-voltage cables in a frequency range up to 30 MHz . Since the cables are not designed for this duty , there can be significant signal attenuation and distortion. We have computed the propagation characteristics of a typical PLC signal along a single-core cable having two,3-mm thick semiconducting layers, using the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method. The PLC signal suffers significant attenuation for two different values of layer conductivity . With σ=10^-3 S/m, attenuation is caused by radial charging and discharging of the semiconducting layers. Axial current propagation along the layers dominates losses at σ=30^3 S/m. |

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