.
Radiated.
True.
Imaginary.
Apparent.
Power in the form of heat, produced by dc flowing through a resistor
Power in the form of electromagnetic fields, radiated from a radio antenna
The product of the rms ac through a capacitor and the rms voltage across it
Power in the form of heat, produced by losses in an RF transmission line
92 W
100 W
140 W
It is impossible to determine from this information.
Apparent power divided by true power.
Imaginary power divided by apparent power.
Imaginary power divided by true power.
True power divided by apparent power.
0.334
0.999
0.595
It cannot be determined from the information given.
99.9 percent
56.6 percent
60.5 percent
29.5 percent
70.9 percent
81.6 percent
57.8 percent
63.2 percent
Arctan (Z/R).
Arctan (R/Z).
Arctan (R/X).
Arctan (X/R).
237 W
204 W
88.0 W
81.6 W
50 Ω
57 Ω
71 Ω
It is impossible to determine on the basis of this data.
The load impedance
The load resistance
The line loss
The transmitter power
Reducing the power output of the source
Increasing the degree of mismatch between the line and the load
Reducing the diameter of the line conductors
Raising the frequency
Line overheating
Excessive power loss
Inaccuracy in power measurement
All of the above
17 kHz
540 Hz
17 MHz
540 kHz
15.9 kHz
5.04 MHz
15.9 MHz
50.4 MHz
0.945 µF
9.45 pF
94.5 pF
945 pF
2.54 mH
254 µH
25.4 µH
2.54 µH
11.1 m
3.55 m
8.87 m
2.84 m
200 kHz
400 kHz
3.20 MHz
4.00 MHz
130 ft
1680 ft
39.7 ft
515 ft