5 provides a Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) spec of <1.
What does SWR stand for?
SWR stands for Standing Wave Ratio (radio term)
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- Sine Wave Response
- Small Works Roster (government contracting pool)
- Software Requirements
- Soil Water Retention (agriculture)
- South West Riders (motorcycle club; various locations)
- South Western Railway (India)
- Southwestern Region (National Speleological Society)
- Special Water Reactor
- Standard Warranty Replacement
- Standford Wireless Research
Samples in periodicals archive:
Additionally, the SST11CP16 includes a linear power detector that is temperature-stable and insensitive to voltage standing wave ratios.
The effect of various parameters such as feed position and slot width on the Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) and resonant frequencies is examined.
Cohen added: "Physicists and engineers define bandwidth in different ways, either through a standing wave ratio or a half power point.
Further benefits include excellent voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR) characteristics, wide operating frequency (DC to 6GHz), low insertion loss and RoHS compliance.
The Andrew Institute also offers training courses for the installation of remote electrical tilt antennas (RET), microwave systems (TMW) and cable connectors, and for testing voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR).
The new MRFE6VP6300H FET is the world's first 50 V LDMOS transistor to deliver full-rated output power of 300 W CW into a load with a Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) of 65:1.
On- chip protection circuitry ensures reliable performance under high voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR) conditions.