Roy Lewallen wrote:
Consequently, I don't see how it would be productive, or add insight to
the problem of voltages, currents, and reflections in a transmission
line, to bring in S parameter terminology which obviously differs and in
an inconsistent way from author to author.
A good reference is HP's application note, AN 95-1, available for download
from Agilent: http://contact.tm.agilent.com/Agilen...5-1/index.html
Another good reference is: _Fields_and_Waves_... by Ramo, Whinnery, and
Van Duzer, section 11.09. The basic equations are pretty simple:
b1 = s11*a1 + s12*a2 b2 = s21*a1 + s22*a2
73, Cecil http://www.qsl.net/w5dxp
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