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If the RF transmission is terminated in its Characteristic impedance Z, which of the following statements is wrong : a. The input impedance of transmission line becomes Zc. b. The transmission line acts as an infinite long transmission line. c. The VSWR becomes one d. The VSWR becomes infinite

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