Question

2) Stub Matching A transmitter operating at 2 GHz feeds a Z, = 80+j 80 [Q] of a 500 coaxial line. Determine the nearest position, d, from the load at

which a short or open circuited stub can be connected and the required stub length, I, to match the load to the line. Assume the characteristic impedance of the stub to be the same as the line. Make clear markings on the smith charge for how you did the matching. a) perform the calculation with both an open and a shorted stub b) find both d and l for both cases c) Explain what each step accomplishes, your grade will be both for an explanation and the correct answer.

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