Power Transmission


by dlthomas
Tags: power, transmission
dlthomas
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#1
Nov13-08, 02:54 PM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

A source with 50 ohm source impedance drives a 50 ohm T-line that is 1/8 of a wavelength long, terminated in a load Z=50-j25 ohms. calculate TL, VSWR, and the input impedance seen by the source
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noumed
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Nov13-08, 03:55 PM
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Relevant Equations?

Attempt to the Solution?

Same goes for your other post as well.
dlthomas
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Nov16-08, 09:50 PM
P: 4
ok sorry about that, this is my attempt at this problem so far.

i am not sure if i take the absolute value of both the imaginary and real part of ZL or if i did the calculation for VSWR right, please check my work.

Would this problem be easier done with a Smith Chart, if so could someone walk me through that method?
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