One-to-one mapping between Gamma and z

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One-to-one mapping between
Gamma and zL
We are developing a tool to do this one-to-one mapping.
(Refer to Fig. 2-25 on pp. 91 in 7/E or pp. 90 in 6/E)
(or z(d)=r(d)+jx(d))
Normalized.
Gamma-z mapping
rL =1
Quiz: What does this
mean if Z = 50 Ohm?
6/E:
7/E: pp. 92 Fig. 2-26
Upper half:
Positive x
lower half:
Negative x
outer
(The assumed load is a short. Therefore 0.25.)
away
from
load
toward
generator
It's unlikely you have a compass. Don't worry.
There is an alternative.
hyphen, not a negative sign
0.113λ
6
λ
8
(6/E)
pp. 94 in 7/E
r(dmax ) = 2.6
2
r(d min ) = 0.38
"d" =
0.5λ
0.113λ
S=2.6
i.e.
Γd is purely real
max: the most constructive; positive Γ
min: the most destructive; negative Γ
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