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has a characteristic

outer diameter of the inner conductor of a concentric line if the inner diameter of

the outer conductor is 5 cm. and it has a characteristic

24.

has a characteristic

**impedance**of 600 ohms; what is its spacing? What is theouter diameter of the inner conductor of a concentric line if the inner diameter of

the outer conductor is 5 cm. and it has a characteristic

**impedance**of 60 ohms?24.

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Also if a negative

is connected in the circuit of Fig. 15.13 the input

Since all -dD- z4 three of these

Also if a negative

**impedance**— z2, equal in magnitude but opposite in sign to zuis connected in the circuit of Fig. 15.13 the input

**impedance**z' is given by -TMSince all -dD- z4 three of these

**impedances**can depend on w to the power 1, 0, ...Page 573

On inserting these values in the equation for z, it is found that, z? sin2 9 , . . . z, = -

h jz> sin 6 cos 6 z« where 6 is written for 2xx/X. Thus for suitable values of Zi and

x such a system can be used for matching the

On inserting these values in the equation for z, it is found that, z? sin2 9 , . . . z, = -

h jz> sin 6 cos 6 z« where 6 is written for 2xx/X. Thus for suitable values of Zi and

x such a system can be used for matching the

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