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Homework 10 - Show calculations below. = L z = = d = l 2. A...

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13:6A Homework 10/ Spring 2005 Name:_____________________________ EE 3320 Due Wednesday, April 20, 2005 Please print this sheet out and attach your work to it to hand in. 1. A lossless coaxial transmission line operating at 10 MHz has a phase velocity of c on the line. A load attached to its end has an impedance of 200 400 j 600 . Construct a shorted-stub impedance matching network using the Smith chart and calculate the lengths d and l required for its construction. Be sure to label all appropriate points on the chart, including the vswr circle and show how you arrived at the length values.
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Unformatted text preview: Show calculations below. = L z = = d = l 2. A lossless transmission line has an inductance and capacitance per unit length as given below at an operating frequency of 5MHz. A load attached to its end has an impedance of 75 + 300 j 280 . Construct a shorted-stub impedance matching network using the Smith chart and calculate the lengths d and l required for its construction. Be sure to label all appropriate points on the chart, including the vswr circle and show how you arrived at the length values. m pF m H 37 C , 5 . L = = . = p v = L z = = d = l...
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