Expanded Smith Chart

Expanded Smith Chart

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In this chapter, enlargements of the more frequently used regions of the SMITH CHART will be presented and discussed, and special applications for these will be given. The graphical representation of the properties of stub sections of waveguide which are operated near their resonant or antiresonant frequency, as may be readily portrayed on two of these expanded charts, will be discussed in some detail.

Chapter Contents:

  • 7.1 Commonly Expanded Regions
  • 7.2 Expansion of Central Regions
  • 7.3 Expansion of Pole Regions
  • 7.4 Series-resonant and Parallel-resonant Stubs
  • 7.5 Uses of Pole Region Charts
  • 7.5.1 Q of a Uniform Waveguide Stub
  • 7.5.2 Percent Off Midband Frequency Scales on Pole Region Charts
  • 7.5.3 Bandwith of a Uniform Waveguide Stub
  • 7.6 Modified Smith Chart for Linear SWR Radial Scale
  • 7.7 Inverted Coordinates

Inspec keywords: graph theory; waveguide theory

Other keywords: expanded charts; antiresonant frequency; graphical representation; Smith chart; waveguide stub sections

Subjects: Combinatorial mathematics; Waveguide and cavity theory

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