Group Delay Caused by Impedance Mismatch

@article{Lanzinger1987GroupDC,
  title={Group Delay Caused by Impedance Mismatch},
  author={Donald J. Lanzinger},
  journal={29th ARFTG Conference Digest},
  year={1987},
  volume={11},
  pages={247-264}
}
  • Donald J. Lanzinger
  • Published 1987
  • Engineering
  • 29th ARFTG Conference Digest
  • Literature on the subject of group delay variations due to transmission line impedance mismatches is scarce. This paper investigates the causes of impedance mismatches and their effects on the group delay of a wideband signal propagating through a system containing transmission lines between various subassemblies. Due to practical limitations, all subassemblies present non-ideal input and output impedance matches to the transmission lines connecting them together. Therefore, this produces the… CONTINUE READING
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