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# HW3s - you know the load and line impedance V=Vin(1 Gamma c...

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Problem 9 a) The voltage that initially travels before reflections will be the divided voltage from the generator impedance and the line impedance. V=V0 *Z0/(Zg+Z0) b)The voltage at the end of the line will be the sum incoming wave and reflected wave. V=Vin+Vref but you know the reflected wave because
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Unformatted text preview: you know the load and line impedance. V=Vin(1+Gamma) c) The definition of DC is frequency is zero or wavelength is infinite. You no longer have to treat as a transmission line. The voltage will be just whats left from the voltage divider....
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