matching section

matching section

[′mach·iŋ ¦sek·shən]
(electromagnetism)
A section of transmission line, a quarter or half wavelength long, inserted between a transmission line and a load to obtain impedance matching.
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Make 4 sets of 2 matching section 1's (Diagram I-A).
3 Sew together 2 matching section 1's and 2 matching section 2's as shown in Diagram III to make Block.
Sew a matching section 2 and unit 11 together as shown to make a block Z.
It consists of a 50 U line (linewidth = 3 mm and gap = 0.5 mm) and matching section ([L.sub.m] x [W.sub.m]).
Optenni Lab can greatly speed up the critical matching section design.
Additional enrichment sections at the end of the story includes For Creative Minds, Owl Pellets, comparative animal portraits, and a matching section on owl anatomy.
Although this antenna has achieved the required UWB range, it needs a matching section if it is desired to be fed via SMA-connector.
We can use a transmission line to achieve the "1" coupling matching section. Changing the output waveguide length L, we can obtain the responses of reflection to the sub-filters, which are plotted in Fig.
These might include matching section 529 contributions for these taxpayers, opening and seeding section 529 accounts for taxpayers' children, and using public institutions such as libraries and schools to educate these families about the advantages of saving for college using section 529 plans (David Newville and Mark Huelsman, Increasing College Completion Among Low-Income Students through Savings, New America Foundation, October 2009; collegesavingsinitiative.org/sites/collegesavingsinitiative.org/files/College_Access_and_Completion_Fund_Brief.pdf.)
A quick glance at the www.bordeaux.com website, with its extensive food and wine matching section (under 'Everything about Wine/Today's Bordeaux) provides plenty of inspiration about what to buy at various price levels, with information on grapes and blends.
The matching section presents exercises where the student has to match musical phrases, choosing from three or more options.
Figure 5 shows typical return loss up to 3 GHz for a chip without a matching section. In this case, the input impedance of the 50 [ohm] termination (due to the width of the input pad) is approximately 37 [ohm].