why wave traps are placed only at y and r phase?




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Answer / eby

Most secure communications through these phases

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Answer / tapasi

wave trap is a instrument used in substations to eleminate
the communication & unwanted waves tranported with the
current. it is generally connected with y & r phase because
the substations r communicate with each other through these
lines.

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Answer / chinga

becuuse subststions are communicate with each other with y
& r phases only.

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