A coaxial cable (KG 59 100Ω) has a maximum voltage standing wave of 80 V and a minimum voltage of 20 V. The transmission source provides a signal with a voltage of 30 V and a current of 4A. Determine: a) the reflection coefficient, b) the standing wave ration, c) the value of a resistive load, d) the output power, and e) describe the relationship between the reflected incident voltage and the reflected incident power as a function of the reflection coefficient.

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A coaxial cable (KG 59 100Ω) has a maximum voltage standing wave of 80 V and a minimum voltage of 20 V. The transmission source provides a signal with a voltage of 30 V and a current of 4A. Determine: a) the reflection coefficient, b) the standing wave ration, c) the value of a resistive load, d) the output power, and e) describe the relationship between the reflected incident voltage and the reflected incident power as a function of the reflection coefficient.

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