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For a transmission line, the incident voltage. Ei = 6V and Er =2V ,Calculate: (i) Reflection Coefficient (ii) SWR
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Reflection Coefficient(K) = Er / Ei

 = 2V / 6V

 K = 0.333

SWR = 1+K / 1- K

 = 1+0.333 / 1-0.333

 = 1.333 / 0.667

SWR= 1.998
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