For transmission line, the incident voltage Ei = 6V, and Er = 3V. Calculate: (1) Reflection coefficient (2) Standing wave ratio

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(1)Reflection coefficient  (2) Standing wave ratio

(1)Reflection coefficient

Reflection coefficient R=Er/Ei

 =3/6

 R=0.5

(2) Standing wave ratio

SWR=Ei+Er/Ei-Er

 =6+3/6-3

 SWR =3


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