./cad/atlc, Calculates the impedance of arbitrary cross section transmission lines

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Branch: pkgsrc-2022Q1, Version: 4.6.0nb1, Package name: atlc-4.6.0nb1, Maintainer: dmcmahill

Atlc is a finite difference programme that is used to calculate the
properties of a two-conductor electrical transmission line of
arbitrary cross section. It is used whenever there are no analytical
formula known, yet you still require an answer. It can calculate:

The impedance Zo (in Ohms)
The capacitance per unit length (pF/m)
The inductance per unit length (nF/m)
The velocity of propagation v (m/s)
The velocity factor, v/c, which is dimensionless.

A bitmap file (usually with the extension .bmp or .BMP) of the cross
section of the transmission line is drawn in a graphics package such
as The Gimp and then analyzed using Atlc.

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