By using Bose statistics and the Gorter and Casimir model for a two-fluid model, London's equations, and the classical skin effect for the normal component of the current, a sinusoidal wave solution is found for a superconducting transmission line. This solution gives expressions for the phase velocity and attenuation coefficient which are used to compare the behaviour of a wave in LTS's and HTS's and to investigate the value of the Q-factor of a parallel-plate resonator. The computed values of the Q-factor are compared with measured data in the literature. © 1993.
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