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/&;)z4|CONTEXT$|CTXOMAPO|FONT|SYSTEM|TOPIC|TTLBTREEZcZ1=1=# Ismc is the Series Matching Calculator. It takes a load impedance and transmission line impedances and computes a pair of segments that match the load to the line.1=515s" Z0 is the impedance of the line going back to the source. It is the same as Z1, the segment attached to the load.151LQ/L" ^Controls in this area specify the Z1 segment.1}1}P.L" \Contains the L1 transmission line impedance.1}1MO-M" ZIncrements and decrements the Z1 impedance.1~1~aM" Contains the L1 transmission line velocity factor (VF). Velocity factor is measured in percent.1~212lJ" Increments and decrements the L1 transmission line velocity factor (VF).121# ]Contains a set of choices for transmission line L1. They are taken from popular materials. The impedance (Z1) and velocity factor (VF) will also be set to reflect the line.11N}[N" L1 is the length of transmission line that connects the load (antenna) to the L2 section.11 dBN" Z1 is a section of transmission line with a specified impedance.11
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