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brian maddox

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Re: Combining RF from 5x IEM Transmitters of Two Bands
« Reply #10 on: January 28, 2021, 07:25:25 pm »

Thanks Henry. The math is indeed simple and most of it was postulated.
But this "little" detail that I quote you on is where I lost you.
This was enlightening as I never realised reflection of such ports to be considered in a forward and reverse manner taking onto account its consequences. Oddly!, because after so much time trying to VNA everything I use for work I never woke up to this simple fact.
As usual your explanations are both enlightening and revigorating. Now you ignited a new quest: the Doherty circuit!  ;D Let the reading begin...
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Re: Combining RF from 5x IEM Transmitters of Two Bands
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