return loss


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return loss

[ri′tərn ‚lȯs]
(communications)
The difference between the power incident upon a discontinuity in a transmission system and the power reflected from the discontinuity.
The ratio in decibels of the power incident upon a discontinuity to the power reflected from the discontinuity.
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From the graph, obtained return loss at different frequencies are shown below
One of the most vital parameters of the antenna is return loss which is simulated and measured to realize the resonant frequencies, bandwidth characteristics.
The return loss of the antenna with and without parasitic element obtained by using Ansoft HFSS V13 shows in Figure 3(b).
At the moment, this new return loss tester combines three different working modes as a return loss meter, optical power and loss meter and a stable laser source in one test station.
The linear taper superimposed on the exponential curve is introduced to improve the antenna's return loss.
VSWR = ([GAMMA] + 1)/([GAMMA] - 1) and is plotted along with the ON return loss and [GAMMA] for the U9397C Switch.
As listed in the data, the measured return loss of the Tx and Rx terminal is approximately 18 dB and that of the antenna-port is 22.
Also, it was discovered that a two-meter length of patch cord has a substantial effect on a system's performance, especially on return loss and impedance.
Tax Executives Institute appreciates the opportunity to provide its views on the revised consolidated return loss disallowance regulations.
GL Series broadband inductor provides excellent return loss up to 40GHz
1cm step size and the comparative results by using the return loss curves are illustrated.
The Fuzzy Inference System (FIS) is deployed to obtain the optimized position of the defect to have the highest return loss.