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VSWR doesn't matter?

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by billcalley, Mar 12, 2007.

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  1. joseph2k

    joseph2k Guest

    Wrong, wrong, wrong. Energy is not created or destroyed, but it can be
    converted back and forth to mass. See mass defect and hydrogen fusion.
    Less wrong, line length makes no significant difference (unless it is really
    lossy).
    Yes they do. Same model, same reflected power, same heating effect on the
    last amplifier stage.
    Wrong, wrong, wrong again. Transmission line impedance is strictly a matter
    of physical dimensions, and surrounding materials permitivity and
    permeablity.
     

  2. Did you ever work on a TTU-1 or TTU-25B?


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