#### Customization

To be able to take the maximum performance from a piece of equipment,
every assembly transition must internally be adapted in moderation.
This means, that the exit resistance R_{a} of the 1st assembly must like the resistance R_{e} of the 2nd assembly.

assembly 1 | assembly 2 |

Figure 1: Customization of two subsystems

assembly 1 | assembly 2 |

Figure 1: Customization of two subsystems

With the help of extensive equations, the characteristic impedance is calculable.

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The above formula holds for this in the simplified fall of zero-loss conduction
with the conditions R' = 0 ^{Ω}/_{m}
and G' = 0 ^{S}/_{m}.

For this condition, the characteristic impedance is frequency independent.

Why should the size of the capacitor C or the size of the inductivity L be frequency-dependent?
At most, the impedance X_{C} of the capacitor
or the impedance X_{L} of the inductivity is frequency-dependent.
But these values are not asked for here!

This frequency independence you can see better if you analyze and convert the measurement units:

It can be seen, that the measurement of impedances is the frequency independent unit Ω of a resistance.