Transmission Path Symbols For Electrical Schematic Diagrams

The following transmission path symbols show some electrical schematic presentations symbols such as line, 2-line bus, 3 line bus elbow, junction, terminal, test point, direction of flow, cable, lead group, overground enclosure and elbow bus.

Standard Transmission Path Symbols For Electrical Schematic Diagrams

The Transmission Path symbols are smart, industrial standard and vector-based for electrical schematic diagrams. Most of transmission path symbols can change in appearance, style and color according to the requirements.

Electrical Diagram Symbols - Transmission Path

Also referred to as a transmission channel, the transmission path between two nodes of an electrical diagram that a data communication follows. The term can refer to the physical cabling that connects the nodes on an electrical schematic diagram, the signal that is communicated over the pathway or a sub channel in a carrier frequency. A transmission path is the connection or link from a subscriber's terminal to the network. The path may be over a wireline or radio link.

Close Arrow of Transmission Path

The above transmission path symbols are smart. The designer can click the action button to close the arrow end.

Move Transmission Path

The designer can move the yellow control point to change the path.

Move Transmission Path

Change the Number of Transmission Path

The designer can change the number of transmission path by the shape data dialog.

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