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Synthesizing particular clusters as an element of beneficial nanostructures or controlling them as an meeting of nanocomposites is the final word goal. in an effort to know the way to synthesize person clusters or to enquire its homes, quite a few first-principles and empirical calculations and similar laptop simulations were played along a number of experiments.

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From Eqs. (28) and (31) it follows that the impedance at a point z – 1 is related to the impedance at the point z by 26 CIRCUIT RIILA TIONS, RECIPROCITY 2(2 – t) = 20 THEOREMS Z(z) + Z“ tanh (-yl) . [ Z, + Z(z) tanh (-yl)1 [SEC,27 (32) or, in terms 01 the normalized impedance, W – 1, = ((z) + tanh (-A. I + { tad (W (32a) A section of line of length 1 thus serves as an impedance-transformation device, converting an impedance Z(z) at the output end into an impedance Z(z – 1) at the input end. The impedance transformation is associated with the reflected wave; if the terminal impedance is equal to the characteristic impedance, the reflection coefficient vanishes and the input impedance at any point on the line (looking toward the termination) is eaual to 2,.

In either case the resistance measures the power dissipated in the region beyond the input terminals to the antenna; this, if the line is lossless, is the power dissipated by the antenna in radiation and ohmic losses. If ~ is the total power (averaged over a cycle) dissipated by the antenna and t and ~ are respectively the effective current and voltage at the input terminals, the resistance of the impedance representation is given by ~ = i2R (58a) and that of the admittance representation is gi~-en by (581)) It is tempting to carry over the concept of radiation resistance, ~lsed so extensively in the long-wavelength region.

Let the origin z = O be taken at the termination; the generator is thus located at z = –L. The impedance at any point z along the Iine looking tov-m-d the termination is the ratio Z(z) = V(Z)/~(Z), which is, by Eqs. 427. 42 ZO Thus the ratio of the amplitudes AJA, is determined solely by the This shows also the significance of the charactc~ristic termination. L = ZO, then A 2 = O; there is no reflected \vave. 4 line terminated in an impedance equal to its characteristic impedance thus behaves as though it extended to infinity.

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