I am a bit confused on source impedance and Tline impedance, when both are equal.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Let's say source impedance is 50 ohms and Tline imepdance is also 50 ohms.

Why does the incident wave divide between the source impedance and tline impedance.

The impedance is same, so reflection co-efficient would be zero.

If the tline and load impedance are same, then the voltage does not get divided.

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# Transmission line impedance question

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