Impedance-Matching Networks of the L Type.
ROYAL AIRCRAFT ESTABLISHMENT FARNBOROUGH (ENGLAND)
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An L-network is an electric network comprising two reactive arms, one in series and one in shunt. Any two impedances can be matched at a single frequency by at least one such network. This Report explains relevant theory, sets out design equations, and examines the broadband matching performance of L-net works both algebraically and by means of computer analysis of examples. It is shown that these networks have occasional broadband uses. Treatment is general but findings are expressed in terms of circuits which operate at frequencies in the low gigahertz region. Author
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