Lecture 11 Ch 8

Lecture 11 Ch 8 - capacitor from the load SWR circle to the...

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EE 4002 RF Circuit Design Chapter 8 Microstrip Line Matching Networks
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Series transmission line sections, and shunt capacitors can be used to transform impedances. z L z IN Movement from TL is now rotation around The Smith Chart towards the generator.
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General Solution: 1. Identify and plot the normalized load, and input impedance as a point in SC 2. Draw a SWR circle through both points 3. Draw the impedance transformation from attaching a shunt
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Unformatted text preview: capacitor from the load SWR circle to the input SWR circle. 4. Determine transmission line electrical lengths and capacitor values from the movement lengths around the SC. Example 8-7 Single Stub Matching Networks What if we wanted to eliminate all of our discrete components from our matching networks Recall that open and short terminated TL can be designed to create inductance and capacitance....
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course EE 4002 taught by Professor Scalzo during the Fall '06 term at LSU.

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