High Frequency Electronics Features Articles on Impedance Matching

The March 2008 issue of High Frequency Electronics featured two articles on impedance matching:


  1. Ronny, KC5EES says:

    Again, thanks for links to neat articles. I have some quotes from my students that used your Study Guides. Sorry for not typing them up and sending them to you sooner. They are now by my keyboard, so maybe I can do that tonight.

    Keep up the good blogging.

    By the way, my students are just now beginning to use breadboards to build simple circuits (e.g. astable multivibrator to see transistor operation, etc…). Once they learn breadboard use, what simple circuits would you suggest? I’ve downloaded some simple FM transmitters, etc.. I think the kids will be interested in that. I’ll let you know.

    Ronny, KC5EES

  2. Dan KB6NU says:

    What I might suggest is to have them build some kind of regenerative receiver. That way, when they’re finished, they have something they can listen to shortwave broadcasts and amateur radio operations.

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