On Dec 16, 2005, at 12:38 AM, Peter Chadwick wrote:
> Rich said:
> >** ?An L-network always has the lowest Q possible. ?Is mo' Q mo'
> Rubbish. Do the math. The Q is the sq.rt of the impedance ratio -1.
> So the bigger the impedance transformation, the higher?the working Q.
> In any two variable system, Qw is an uncontrolled variable.
> A?3 variable network allows Q to be?defined. That's the advantage of
> the T or pi (which is the dual of the T).
Peter -- can one choose to use a Q with a T that is lower than that
which results with an L?
> Peter G3RZP
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