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ECE 350 Lecture Notes

We note that when the impedance of a load is the same as the characteristic impedance of the transmission line, there is no reected wave, and all

the forward going power is dissipated in the load. There are various ways to

achieve this impedance matching and we will discuss some of them below.

(a) Quarter-Wave Transformer

A quarter wave transformer, like low-frequency transformers, changes the

impedance of the load to another value so that matching is possible.

Z0

ZT

Z in

ZL

/4

impedance ZT of 4 long. To have a matching condition, we want Zin = Z0 .

From Equation (6.11) we have

2

Z

Z

L + jZT tan 2

T

(1)

Zin = ZT Z + jZ tan = Z

T

L

L

2

since tan l = tan 2 4 = tan 2 = 1. In order for Zin = Z0 , we need that

(2)

ZT2 = Z0 ZL ) ZT = Z0 Zl :

If Z0 and ZL are both real, then ZT is real, and we can use a lossless line

to perform the matching. If ZL is complex, it can be made real by adding a

section of line to it.

Z0

ZT

Zin

Z0

Z1

/4

1

ZL

Example

Given that ZL = (30 + j 40), Z0 = 50, nd the shortest l and ZT so that

the above circuit is matched. Assume that ZT is real and lossless.

We want Z1 to be real and Zin to be Z0 = 50 in order for ZT to be real

and the matching condition satised. We nd that ZnL = 0:6+ j 0:8. In order

to make Zn1 real, the shortest l from the Smith Chart is 8 . Then Zn1 = 3:0,

and Z1 = 150. Since Zin = 50, we need

in order for matching condition to be satised.

Note that the quarter wave transformer only matches the circuit at one

frequency. Often time, it has a small bandwidth of operation, i.e., it only

works in the frequencies in a small neighborhood of the matching frequency.

Sometimes, a cascade of two or more quarter-wave transformers are used in

order to broaden the bandwidth of operation of the transformer.

j1

j0.5

j2

Z nL

l= 8

j0.2

0.2

0.5

Z n1

j0.2

j0.5

j2

j1

Another device for performing matching is a single stub (either shorted or

opened at one end) which is shunted across the transmission line at z = ;d

from the load.

2

ZS

Y(d)

VSWR > 1 ZL

Zin

VS

Shorted

Stub

l, Z0

the load is Y0 + jB (Y0 = Z10 ). The length l of the shorted stub is chosen so

that its admittance is ;jB . Hence, when the stub is connected in parallel to

the transmission line at z = ;d, the impedance Zin = Z0, so that matching

condition is achieved.

A shorted stub has impedance and admittance given by

(3)

(4)

An open-circuited stub can also be used, and the impedance and admittance

are given by

Zop = ;jZ0 cot l

(5)

Yop = jY0 tan l:

(6)

j1

j0.5

j2

Y(-d)

j0.2

0.216

0.2

Z nL

0.5

Yshort

YnL

j0.2

0.99

j0.5

j2

j1

Example

3

Ystub

Let ZL = (100+ j 85), nd the minimum d and l that will reduce the VSWR

of the main line to 1. Assume that Z0 = 50.

We nd that the normalized load ZnL = 2 + 1:7j as shown on the Smith

Chart. Since this problem involves parallel connections, it is more convenient

to work with admittances. YnL = Z1nL is as shown. When we move toward

the generator, Yn(z) traces out a locus on the Smith Chart as shown. It

intersects the G = 1 circle as shown, after moving through 0:216. Therefore,

d = 0:216.

Now, Yn(;d) = 1 + j 1:4. Hence, Ynstub = ;j 1:4. From the Smith Chart,

we note that the admittance for a short is innity, and is at the right end of

the Smith Chart. To get a Ynstub = ;j 1:4, we move toward the generator for

0:099. Hence, l = 0:099.

Often time, it is not easy to change d, but quite easy to change l. We

note that both in the quarter wave transformer and the single stub tuner, we

have to change 2 parameters for tuning. We can provide these 2 degrees of

freedom by using two stubs, changing their length, but not their positions.

(c) Double Stub Tuning (optional reading)

Both single stub tuning and quarter wave transformer matching require

changing the location of the stub or the transformer. In practice, this is

dicult, and a double stub tuning removes the diculty.

3

Z0

Z0

A

Y1

B

Y2

1, Z 0

2, Z 0

Stub 1

Stub 2

ZL

by changing 2.

YnL

Rotation by

C2

by changing 1.

C1

Yn2

All possible values of Yn2 by

transforming from all possible

values of Yn1 by 3.

P

Yn1 = 1

Yn1 Ynstub1

C3

Q

Yn1 = 1. However, if we change l1 , the possible values of Yn1 trace out a

circle C1 as shown.

(2) If YnL is as shown, by changing l2 , the possible values of Yn2 trace out a

circle C2 as shown.

(3) When l3 is added, all the possible values of Yn1 at A is transformed to B

by a rotation according to the length of l3. This constitute a circle C3

which is all the possible values of Yn2 obtained from Yn1. There are only

two points, P and Q that the two circles C2 and C3 intersect. If we pick

P , then this point should correspond to the value of Yn2.

(25:1)

(4) The length l3 rotates the point P to the point R. Then R has the

impedance Yn1 ; Ynstub1 = 1 ; Ynstub1 . We can gure out Ynstub1 from

the Smith Chart and hence the length l1.

(d) Ferranti Eect

Z o = 50

R L = 25

VS

= 10 V

z=

z=0

. Find VSWR on the line, and if l is allowed to vary arbitrarily, nd the

maximum voltage on the line.

5

; 50 = ; 1

P (0) = Pv = 25

25 + 50

3

+ jPv j = 43 = 2:

VSWR = 11 ;

jPv j 23

|V(z)|

Vmax

/2

Vs

Vmin

z=

dmin

jV (z)j on parts of the transmission line can be longer than jVsj. If l is chosen

so that Vs is at Vmin, then

the VSWR on the line is very high, Vmax can be so large that it reaches the

breakdown voltage of the line. This is something one should be cautious of

in designing transmission line circuits.

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