(Analyze) Something Else is Near

We’re hooking up to a three-phase transformer on 8 kHz. We have a current flow reading of 100 mA (Figures 1-2). 

There’s a three-phase line that enters the transformer (Figure 3), and there’s another three-phase line that leaves the transformer. Both lines are in the same trench until they separate following a change in direction (Figure 4). 

It is impossible to identify two lines as two lines when they are laid side-by-side or one atop the other. Since these are three-phase cables, there are a total of six cables that carry the transmitter’s signals (Figures 5-6).

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