This is exactly what I said in my message earlier:
>>The input impedance is the ratio of input drive power to peak
>Thos are the incorrect statements. And some of the other
voltage/current/power stuff people
>wrote about input impedances did not follow Ohms law. Of course, I said some
>stuff too and all you kind folks are helping me to learn......
This statement IS incorrect no matter how you slice it. Impedance is NOT
the ratio of P/I. It's the ratio of P/(I^2). Since then you pointed
I am sorry if you are offended by me pointing this out, but what you said
(in double quotes) has the units of Volts not Ohms. Sorry.............
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