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Termination resistance

Termination resistance is an obstacle encountered in the transmission process of electronic information.


When high-frequency signals are transmitted, the signal wavelength is shorter than that of the transmission line, and the signal will form a reflected wave at the end of the transmission line, which will interfere with the original signal. Therefore, it is necessary to add a terminal resistance at the end of the transmission line so that the signal does not reflect after reaching the end of the transmission line.


Not for low frequency signals. In long-line signal transmission, in order to avoid signal reflection and echo, it is also necessary to connect a terminal matching resistor at the receiving end.


The purpose of matching terminating resistors is to minimize the reactance of the LR or CR circuit, while the overall performance is impedance rather than inductive or capacitive.


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