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How to measure Impedance at high frequencies

RadioRon

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Agilent is a great source for tutorials on how to measure things. Measuring the impedance of a simple passive component at high frequencies is not a trivial thing, so some background is needed to understand how to do it and where you can go wrong.

This reference is an online app note rather than a book, but I thought this link needed a good home, so here it is:

http://www.electro-tech-online.com/custompdfs/2009/08/5950-3000.pdf

The app note is not limited to RF frequencies, but also discusses audio frequency measurements relating to tranformers, batteries, and some other active and passive components.
 
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JimB

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Interesting.

Thank you.

JimB
 

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