Which of the following can be calculated using a Smith chart?

What type of coordinate system is used in a Smith chart?

- Voltage circles and current arcs
- Resistance circles and reactance arcs
- Voltage lines and current chords
- Resistance lines and reactance chords

Which of the following is often determined using a Smith chart?

- Beam headings and radiation patterns
- Satellite azimuth and elevation bearings
- Impedance and SWR values in transmission lines
- Trigonometric functions

What are the two families of circles and arcs that make up a Smith chart?

Which of the following is a common use for a Smith chart?

- Determine the length and position of an impedance matching stub
- Determine the impedance of a transmission line, given the physical dimensions
- Determine the gain of an antenna given the physical and electrical parameters
- Determine the loss/100 feet of a transmission line, given the velocity factor and conductor materials

On the Smith chart shown in Figure E9-3, what is the name for the large outer circle on which the reactance arcs terminate?

On the Smith chart shown in Figure E9-3, what is the only straight line shown?

What is the process of normalization with regard to a Smith chart?

- Reassigning resistance values with regard to the reactance axis
- Reassigning reactance values with regard to the resistance axis
- Reassigning impedance values with regard to the prime center
- Reassigning prime center with regard to the reactance axis

What third family of circles is often added to a Smith chart during the process of solving problems?

What do the arcs on a Smith chart represent?

How are the wavelength scales on a Smith chart calibrated?