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Reflection Factor and Reflection Loss

Reflection Loss: It is defined as the number of nepers or decibels by which the current in the load under image matched conditions would exceed the current actually flowing in the load.

REFLECTION FACTOR AND REFLECTION LOSS

 

Reflection Loss: It is defined as the number of nepers or decibels by which the current in the load under image matched conditions would exceed the current actually flowing in the load.


Reflection Factor: The term K denotes the reflection factor. This ratio indicates the change in current in the load due to reflection at the mismatched junction and is called the reflection factor.


Insertion Loss: Insertion loss of the line or network is defined as the number of nepers or decibels by which the current in the load is changed by the insertion.


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