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I have been considering your posts on this thread and I have a question. You cite a reflection coefficient greater than 99%. Why would that be a problem if the delivered power (resistive) was at the legal limit?
If I could deliver 10 watts with a reflection coefficient of 99% would this not be equivalent to delivering .1 watt into a load with a reflection coefficient of 0?
If a transmitter is terminated in a resistive load due to a loading coil in series with a highly reactive antenna, does not the high reflection coefficient still exist at the junction of the loading coil and the antenna? Where does the reflected power go in this situation?
Thanks for considering these questions,