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“Basically you want to create a non-inductive 50-ohm load.”
“Link Microtek has expanded its portfolio of Lynx non-ITAR components with a range of low-cost 50-ohm coaxial attenuators covering the frequency range DC to”
“While the vast majority of arbitrary/function generators provide a maximum of 10 V p-p amplitude into 50-ohm loads, a number of applications - particularly in automotive and power electronics design - require higher amplitudes.”
“So, the signal was split in two, connected to both inputs of an AND gate, producing an identical logic signal with the necessary buffering to drive the 50-ohm device.”
“There are also three resistors, two 50-ohm and one 100-ohm, which are used when driving a red LED, or blue or green, respectively.”
“And while the tuner is presenting a nonreactive 50-ohm load to the transmitter, it is also presenting a nonreactive source of some other value for a nonreactive antenna system.”
“And even the value, 2.5: 1, is meaningless if you're using a 50-ohm SWR meter in a system where impedances could be anything but 50 ohms.”
“Tom is right, the tuner presents a 50-ohm nonreactive load to your transmitter, and if you placed the SWR meter between the radio and the tuner you would find that it will read very close to 1: 1.”
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