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Using a quarter wave transformer of characteristic impedance 1 Ohms, a load impedance of 100 Ohms will be...
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Using a quarter wave transformer of characteristic impedance 1 Ohm, a load impedance of 100 Ohm will be transformed to an input impedance of value :
A) 1 Ohm B) 100 Ohm C) 0.01 D) 0.1 Ohm
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