EE101 HW7

EE101 HW7 - Gamma=0.7exp(j π /4), and is extended...

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EE 101; Homework 7: DUE DECEMBER 1 st Monday 2PM; (THERE WILL BE A COLLECTION BOX IN MARIKO WALTON S CUBICLE ON THE 6TH FLOOR OF ENGR IV.) 1. The electric field of a plane wave propagating in a nonmagnetic material is given by E =y ² 3sin ( ³∗ 10 ´ µ− 0.2 ¶· ) + z ¸ 4cos ( ¹∗ 10 º »− 0.2 ¼½ ) (V/m) Determine (a) the wavelength, (b) ε r , and (c) H . 2. If a transmission line system is loaded at z=0, as shown in the picture, please find the general reflection coefficient expression at z= -d. (represent it as a function of Gamma at z=0 and the propagation constant of the line β .) 3. A transmission line system is loaded at z=0 with reflection coefficient of
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Unformatted text preview: Gamma=0.7exp(j π /4), and is extended infinitely in the – z direction. Please a) find the Voltage Standing Wave Ratio, S ; b) the location of the first voltage maximum; c) plot voltage versus z, such that V(z). 4. PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com In the system shown in the figure, a (+) wave carrying power P is incident on the junction a-a ’ from line 1. a) Find the value of R for which there is no reflected wave into line 1. b) For the value of R found in (a), find the power transmitted into each of lines 2 and 3. 5. PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com...
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EE101 HW7 - Gamma=0.7exp(j π /4), and is extended...

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