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points of equal resistance and all points of equal reactance were connected, and the result is the Smith Chart shown in Figure 3.7b. The distance out from the center of the Smith Chart is the amplitude of the re ection coef cient (i.e., the amplitude of the re ected electric eld relative to the incident electric eld), and the angular location around the chart is the phase of the re ected electric eld relative to the incident electric eld. However, instead of amplitude and phase coordinates, the Smith Chart uses coordinates of resistance and reactance. Then, if the re ection coef cient of a mismatch is known, it can be plotted on the Smith Chart to determine the resistive and reactive parts of its impedance. All lines of equal resistance and equal reactance are normalized, and the meaning of this normalization is shown in Figure 3.12. The actual resistances and reactances are not plotted, but they are divided by the characteristic impedance of the transmission line. For example, if R 75 V and X 25 V in a transmission line where Z0 50 V, the normalized impedance (z) is z 75V 25V j 50V 50V
Assembly FeatureManagers are hard enough to manage when they become full of parts; they become even more unmanageable when they also need to include the many types of fastener parts. As a result, I recommend that fasteners, as well as any other type of part that is found in large quantity in the assembly, be organized into folders, as shown in Figure 17.30. You should also group parts of the same size or function together.
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