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Losses of RF Power when Feeder works at SWR mode: by Igor Grigorov, RK3ZK

If a feeder has a characteristic impedance differ compare to the load a part of RF power going from the transmitter in the feeder is reflected from the load back to the transmitter. In this case the load uses a part of RF power of the transmitter. Table 1 shows the losses of RF power when a feeder has SWR.


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