# Question Solved1 AnswerA radio wave at 1 GHz is propagating in a transmission line with a characteristic impedance of 50 12. The electrical length of the transmission line is 90°. The transmission line is terminated with a resistor of 100 2 and a capacitor of 1 pF in series, as shown in Fig. Q3a. find the input impedance Zin and the reflection coefficient in from the input port at the generator side. You can obtain the values by either calculation or using the Smith Chart. Z = 5022 C= 1 pF Generator Tin =? Zin = ? 90° R=10022 Fig. Q3a

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Transcribed Image Text: A radio wave at 1 GHz is propagating in a transmission line with a characteristic impedance of 50 12. The electrical length of the transmission line is 90°. The transmission line is terminated with a resistor of 100 2 and a capacitor of 1 pF in series, as shown in Fig. Q3a. find the input impedance Zin and the reflection coefficient in from the input port at the generator side. You can obtain the values by either calculation or using the Smith Chart. Z = 5022 C= 1 pF Generator Tin =? Zin = ? 90° R=10022 Fig. Q3a
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Transcribed Image Text: A radio wave at 1 GHz is propagating in a transmission line with a characteristic impedance of 50 12. The electrical length of the transmission line is 90°. The transmission line is terminated with a resistor of 100 2 and a capacitor of 1 pF in series, as shown in Fig. Q3a. find the input impedance Zin and the reflection coefficient in from the input port at the generator side. You can obtain the values by either calculation or using the Smith Chart. Z = 5022 C= 1 pF Generator Tin =? Zin = ? 90° R=10022 Fig. Q3a