mutual impedance

mutual impedance

[′myü·chə·wəl im′pēd·əns]
(electricity)
For two meshes of a network carrying alternating current, the ratio of the complex voltage in one mesh to the complex current in the other, when all meshes besides the latter one carry no current.
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Carberry, "A technique to simulate the self and mutual impedance of an array," IEEE Trans.
The active element patterns have a specific relationship with mutual impedance matrices in array antennas.
Away from having naturally decoupled antennas, a decoupling [lambda]/4 or 3[lambda]/4 transmission line connected between matched, coupled two antennas at specific distances from the antennas input ports, where the equivalent mutual impedance observed is pure imaginary, is a solution proposed in [5].
The same figure also plots the frequency dependence of the 16 eigenvalues of the mutual impedance matrix and -[Z.
II] of the body; the second is similar modulation, obtained by changing the mutual impedance [M.
resistivity method (Keller and Frishknecht, 1966) and measurements of mutual impedance of loop antennas working at the high frequency.
Such geometrical and material considerations in realizing closely proximal antennas with minimum mutual impedance consideration need a careful design strategy.
m] the matching impedance of each antenna, and Z the mutual impedance matrix.
Gupta studied the effect of mutual coupling on the performance of adaptive arrays and adopted the conventional mutual impedance method (CMIM) to reduce the effect of mutual coupling [1].
That is called the driving point impedance, which consists of self-impedance, mutual impedance and the ratio of their current distributions.
The measurement of the mutual impedance of loop antennas situated near a conducting half space is a well-known technique used in geophysical investigations.

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