What is not evidence? I realize that measuring equipment not anywhere close to being evidence as Google search results, but let's just imagine for a second that it is. I thought everybody here were big proponents of empirical data just a couple of posts before?
I know everybody is an RF expert here today, but let's do it anyway, it's going to be fun, I promise. After all, we are after empirical evidence here... or so I thought.
Here is a plot (that apparently you didn't need) of two 50 Ohm loads connected by a 48 Ohm line (which all of us would agree is not a perfect 50 Ohm line) at 915Mhz, which, according to the esteemed article should have no noticeable effects while utilizing right angle traces .
Since you could envision this in your head, and didn't even need a plot, can you explain it for everybody, not so well versed in RF murky craft? Can you tell us what happens to the measured impedance as the line length increases? (Let me know if you need me to magnify the center of the chart for you
Wow, wow! Slow down there! What exactly are we adding and what is included in that mysterious "etc." I'm sorry, I thought we were pretending to be scientists here who are about to debunk every RF textbook ever written. If that's our goal here, we should probably be a bit more specific.