Unique Skill ID: KS440XL798XW21BVL1WV

Standing Wave Ratios

Standing Wave Ratio (SWR) is a measurement used in radiofrequency systems to determine the efficiency of the transmission line. It is calculated by comparing the maximum and minimum amplitudes of a standing wave pattern that occurs when a signal is transmitted down a transmission line. A low SWR indicates an efficient transmission, while a high SWR indicates a loss of signal strength. SWR is a specialized skill commonly used in the telecommunications and RF engineering field.

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