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Old 2nd February 2011, 04:29 AM   #31
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The easy way is to just do the triangle area "math" (width x hight (perpendicular lines)) and add a bit of area to account for the curves. Or you can find the area formula for the kind of curve you choose.
This is fine if you're not interested in getting any of the resistive loading of the K slot.

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This is fine if you're not interested in getting any of the resistive loading of the K slot.

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As it's implemented in the iBIB drawing it's hardly resistive. To the best of my knowledge what it does is to let go of the wave more gradually and extent the bandwidth a bit.
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If it does, then it's a lower Q than a simple vent, ergo resistive in nature.

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