TMatch Impedance Matching Circuits
The T match circuit got its name because the inductor and the capacitor form a Tshape as shown in the schematic diagram. Impedance is an important parameter to characterize electronic circuits, components, and materials used to make components. An impedance vector consists of a real part (resistance, R) and an imaginary part (reactance, X). The main role in any Impedance Matching scheme is to force a load impedance to “look like” the complex conjugate of the source impedance, and maximum power can be transferred to the load.
Diagram
Equation Parameters

Reactance X is a measure of the opposition to the current of Capacitance C and Inductance L.

Reactance takes two forms: Inductive (X_{L}), and Capacitive (X_{C}).

The source resistance (R_{S}), the load resistance (R_{L})

ω is angular frequency.

Q is a dimensionless unit and is expressed function of reactance X and resistance R.