Single-Stub Matching Network - Excel Simulation

This is a simulation of the time-domain analysis presented in:

"An Investigation and Simulation of the Time-Dependence of the Waves in a Single-Stub Matching Network", (Alan F. Murray, Brian W. Flynn and Tim Drysdale).

Please note - these simulations work on a Windows machine.  The slider controls etc can behave in a silly manner if you change resolution without rebooting your machine (eg by docking/undocking it or by using a data projecter).  This is a well-known "feature" of Excel(!) and it is cured by rebooting the computer plugged into whatever you do or do not want it plugged into.

Further Information

Resonant stub tank circuits in vacuum tube backpack UHF transceiver, 1938. About 1/8 wavelength long: (left) 200 MHz stub is 19 cm, (right) 300 MHz stub is 12.5 cm. By L. C. Sigmon [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Resonant stub tank circuits in vacuum tube backpack UHF transceiver, 1938. About 1/8 wavelength long: (left) 200 MHz stub is 19 cm, (right) 300 MHz stub is 12.5 cm. By L. C. Sigmon [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Waves in a stub and line
Waves in a stub and line
Stub matching tool dashboard
Stub matching tool dashboard