hw-6-soln - Problem 9.13(a At 1MHz = 300 Therefore...

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Problem 9.13 (a) At 1MHz, ! = 300% . Therefore short-dipole approximation holds, & = 1.5 . * +,- = 4/0 1 & 2 3,4 = 4/0 1 & × 15/6 7 1 0 1 8 ! 1 = 0.0274; (b) At 300MHz,
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Unformatted text preview: ! = 1% . Therefore it’s a half-wave antenna. * +,-= 3·.·6 7 ² = 915; Problem 9.14 (Problem 9.14)....
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