Video 4.14 – Conquer Radio Frequency


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-Transmission line matching. Open and short circuited transmission line stubs.
-Comparison between capacitors and open-circuited transmission line stubs.
-Comparison between inductors and short-circuited transmission line stubs.

-Demonstration of the fact that stubs of any type can behave as both inductors and capacitors depending on electrical length.
-Matching networks comprising exclusively of distributed transmission line elements.

-I-Match.

You may download the “Conquer Radio Frequency” e-book, which provides support material for these videos, at http://explorerf.ipage.com/conquer_radio_frequency_ebook.pdf

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