stub matching

stub matching

[′stəb ‚mach·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Use of a stub to match a transmission line to an antenna or load; matching depends on the spacing between the two wires of the stub, the position of the shorting bar, and the point at which the transmission line is connected to the stub.
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The difficulties with lump element implementation and the inflexibility of quarter-wave lines suggest that stub matching is a better choice in microwave circuit matching.
Also, a dual open circuit shunt stub matching network, shown in Figure 5c, was designed and tested, resulting in an SWR of 1.