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Engineering  2012 

Single Wire Electrical System

DOI: 10.4236/eng.2012.411092, PP. 713-722

Keywords: One-Way System, B-Line, SWER, Grounding, Single-Pole Source, Single-Pole Load, Corona, MB Antenna

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The purpose of this article is to remind of the past and present problems of creating single wire electrical systems. This article presents a new one wire electrical transmission system named B-Line which uses one line only and does not use ground as a second line. The proposed method is to work on all frequencies and on all communication systems including DC systems. It also proposes to work on the concept of the single-pole signal source and single-pole signal load. It illustrates the possibility of cutting the cost of electrical lines and several other advantages in the fields of high frequency communication lines and antennas.

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