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Cutoff frequency of single phase transmission line

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Signals with frequency above the cutoff frequency of a transmission line cannot be transmitted through the transmission line. But how can I calculate the cutoff frequency of a single phase transmission line?

I had been reading this page before I asked it here and that website tells us a lot about the impedance of the transmission line and some other costants such as the attenuation constant ,phase constant , phase velocity and wavelength. Do they have to do with the cutoff frequency (probably not)and if yes how?

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