The standard coaxial line impedance for RF power transmission is almost exclusively 50 ohms, but why is this? This application note will look at the history and science of why 50 ohms is the integer-of-choice.
Articles in this section
- How To Check or Verify Your Cable’s Velocity of Propagation Using the Bird Vector Network Analyzer
- Sampling rate of 4421A
- Timestamp in VPM3
- 50-A-MFN step file
- Keeping your 4421A safe
- What is the rated capacity of the 4421A battery?
- Using LabVIEW with 4421A-XX-11-X
- What to do if Your 3141 CPM Updater Software Does Not Start the Update Process
- Timestamp in the log file of Bird Virtual Power Meter VPM3
- Password for 5000-NG