Single Stub Matching of a Transmission Line
A single short circuited transmission line is a distance d from the load and of length d.
Given a characteristic impedance of Z0 and a load with complex impedance ZL, this application will calculate the values of d and l.
The real part of the impedance at the stub location must match the transmission line characteristic impedance
The imaginary part of the impedance at the stub location must equal 0
Iskander, Magdi F., Electromagnetic Fields and Waves, Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1992.
Z__L≔35− 47.5 Iohms:
Wavelength and propagation constant
The location and length of the stub are
fsolveRecircuit=1, Imcircuit=0,l=0.1 m,d=0.1 m
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