Re: Z mismatch - was Slew Rates and Mic Pre performance

"Alan Rutlidge"

"Richard Freeman" >> >> Well actually I am afraid that Hybrid leakage is not actually anything to >> do with impedance mis-match but rather more to do with Gain of a >> Transmission System and the way a Hybrid works - The gain of the System >> can (obviously) be affected by Impedance etc however the echo is not the >> result of reflected signals due to Impedance mismatch but rather from the >> fact that a hybrid is not perfect. >> The term signal reflection is often used to refer to hybrid leakage but >> (and here is the rub) it is not Impedance reflection. >> >>
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>> > > When the source and load impedances are matched all the power developed by > the source will be transferred to the load without loss.
** You are an absolute fuckwit - Rutmaniac .
As soon as either of the impedances vary relative to the other an > impedance mismatch occurs.
** You are an absolute fuckwit - Rutmaniac .

The max power transfer theorem has nothing to do with the issue.

Under such conditions not all of the power developed by the source will be > transferred to the load. This results in a loss of power which is > directly related to the degree (ratio) of impedance mismatch.
** You are an absolute fuckwit - Rutmaniac .

(snip total irrelevances copied from some beginner's web site)

** You are an absolute fuckwit - Rutmaniac .

Can't even get chasing under aged Thai boys right without losing your shirt.

ROTFL........

.......... Phil

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