The Mysteries of the Pi Network Explained

Discussion in 'Videos and Podcasts' started by AE2EA, Jul 1, 2021.

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  1. AE2EA

    AE2EA Ham Member QRZ Page

    Since the 1940s, the Pi impedance matching network has been the network of choice for matching the high impedance of tube based transmitters to the low impedance of antennas, but how do they accomplish this?

    Dr. Greg Latta, AA8V, pulls back the curtain, and shows an intuitive way to think about this important circuit.

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  2. WD4ELG

    WD4ELG Ham Member QRZ Page

    Interesting video, Professor!
  3. W9WQA

    W9WQA Ham Member QRZ Page

    class c or linear ?.
    pi net seems to act like an autotransformer stepping down voltage. increasing current.

    pulses and storage terms confuse the issue for me.

    i questioned this yrs ago and never got what i felt was a simple answer.
    this is helpful
  4. K6CLS

    K6CLS Ham Member QRZ Page

    Very good, straightforward explanation. Well done, Prof.

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