loading coil


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loading coil

n
(Electrical Engineering) an inductance coil inserted at regular intervals and in series with the conductors of a transmission line in order to improve its characteristics
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No:Irs:Tc 77-2006/Amd 1 Or Latest For Derivation Joints With Transformer, Without Transformer, Loading Coil Joint And Straight Through Joints Suitable For 6 Quad Cable.
When attached to a telephonic transmission line, the loading coil altered the electrical properties of the circuit by increasing induction proportionately more than resistance.
The manufacturing process involves loading coils of galvanised steel, weighing up to 8 tonnes, onto decoilers.