conjugate impedances

conjugate impedances

[′kän·jə·gət im′pēd·ən·səz]
(electricity)
Impedances having resistance components that are equal, and reactance components that are equal in magnitude but opposite in sign.
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The calibrated system's overall accuracy is verified using the back-to-back method in which a thru line is inserted in the test fixture and the tuners are driven to complex conjugate impedances. The total gain then is measured close to 0 dB.