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  1. jason

    jason Guest

    Hello ALl

    To be able to get the equation for 3.56 on page
    (pls save and open in picture viewer),
    I use the result for equation Z1= (1/(a+1)^2).Z2 (page 3, 4th equation
    after Figure 5) from document at page

    However, I found that from the .pdf file, the 1st and 3rd equation are
    contradicting with their results.

    Then I found that 4th equation is different when I derived from 1st
    equation after Figure 5.
    I found that it is Z1= (a+1)^2).Z2 which contradicts with the one shown
    in the pdf file.
    If I am right with my derivation, then I cannot apply and get the right
    Zs' impedance for the page on which I found from

    Kindly let me know which is correct and eventually how to get Zs'?
    Thank you so much
    please help

    rgds and thanks
  2. Andrew Holme

    Andrew Holme Guest

    The 1st equation after figure 5 is wrong. It should be:

    V1/V2 = N2 / (N1+N2)
  3. jason

    jason Guest

    Hi Andrew

    Thank you so much for putting time in to clarify for me.
    I will check it out , I think somewhere still I need some deep thinking
    to sort.
    Will post back for your advice.
    Thank you Andrew

    rgds and thanks
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