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Smith chart calculator

linSmith is a Smith Charting program, mainly designed for educational use. It allows defining multiple load impedances (different frequencies), and adding components (discrete components and line sections) in series and parallel. It plots the impedances on the screen, shows the values in table format, and is able to generate publication quality Postscript output.

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Smith chart calculator is listed on dxzone.com in 1 categories, main category is Ham radio software for linux (Ham radio programs for linux platform). Listed in our web site since Monday Jul 26 2004, received 3707 total hits.

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