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Smith Chart

Smith Chart

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  • 2 hours study
  • Level 2: Intermediate

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    • General

  • Course learning outcomes

    Knowledge on theoretical background and use of Smith chart

  • Course dates:

    First Published 03/09/2019.

    Updated 30/01/2020

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  • ExpandTransmission lines, impedance and reflection factor

  • ExpandNormalization

  • ExpandReflection factor and impedance / admittance

  • ExpandSmith chart

  • ExpandTransformations

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  • Natalie Smith

    Smith Chart

    Natalie Smith3 April 2020 11:33

    unable to find link to course developer, Therefore U/I issues. 1) Section 3, Diagram 3, has a broken link. 2)Question 2, Fix code representing "Zzero or Z_0". I'd never heard of a Smith Chart, I would have remembered If I had, Family name. Application for electronic principles (circuits, Impedance, reflection) for design at a PCB level. The resulting effects on frequency, considering factors of impedance, Admittance displayed by combining, Vertices (L:C=Z) and Waveform represented by a circle (i.e. Frequency = complete Sine wave (loop)). Fortunately I studied electronic engineering along time ago., allowing me to tap into memory banks. What I like... The visual, seems abstract compared to looking at an old Oscillator, However better suited to the technologies of present, future of IoT design.and utilization the earths magnetic field. See things different, Ideas things different. Areas for improvement. The course description, I thought far too complex, This is the first impression, other then course title. It needs to inspire curiosity. What other industries does this apply too? A MUST HAVE, Formula references with worked examples. i.e. Formula ref Sheet, similar to those given in examinations, but with worked example, as this may be new to others, and some may need a jog in memory, as I did. EXAMPLES...Examples .............eg: The more examples, similes, references you can give ( how it relates to other things) The better understanding and usability you provide. Hope my input helps. Well done!

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  • 2 hours study
  • Level 2: Intermediate

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