Hi guys, we know already from basic electronics that if ZL=ZS then we get maximum power transmitter from source to load.
In transmission line for getting maximum transmitter power from the source to the load, we say ZL=ZO .
not saying (Zi+Z0)=ZL , why is that correct?! isn't the rule for maximum power must be Zs=ZL ? thanks alot.
Zi is the input resistor impedance.
ZoLine transmission's impedance.
ZL load impedance.
what's required that maximum power transferred from the source to the load, I already state the answer : Zo=ZL .
I claim according to electronics it must be Z0+Zi = ZL , it seems I'm wrong, but why? anyone please can explain to me why we are getting maximum power at Zo=ZL ? and why we are neglecting Zi ? it would be much appreciated if you explain that by a meaningful analogy because it's confusing me alot.
Thanks in advance for your help
In transmission line for getting maximum transmitter power from the source to the load, we say ZL=ZO .
not saying (Zi+Z0)=ZL , why is that correct?! isn't the rule for maximum power must be Zs=ZL ? thanks alot.
Zi is the input resistor impedance.
ZoLine transmission's impedance.
ZL load impedance.
what's required that maximum power transferred from the source to the load, I already state the answer : Zo=ZL .
I claim according to electronics it must be Z0+Zi = ZL , it seems I'm wrong, but why? anyone please can explain to me why we are getting maximum power at Zo=ZL ? and why we are neglecting Zi ? it would be much appreciated if you explain that by a meaningful analogy because it's confusing me alot.
Thanks in advance for your help
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