matched impedance

matched impedance

[′macht im′pēd·əns]
(electricity)
An impedance of a load which is equal to the impedance of a generator, so that maximum power is delivered to the load.
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Notably, when one adds an extra structure to the original antenna, it will break the already matched impedance at some places over the entire band.
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High-speed ECL logic found sufficiently limited service to allow manual or interactive routing in the more demanding matched impedance applications, while auto-routers for most applications gave little or no consideration to crosstalk and impedance control.
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