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Homework 8 solutions 8.1 Omega beta diagram for the PPP n1 3 .. := a 0.01 := c3 1 0 8 := omegacutoff n π n a c := omegacutoff 2 π 0 1.5 10 10 × 31 0 10 × 4.5 10 10 × = i 1 1000 .. := f i 100 10 9 i 1000 := omega i f i 2 ⋅π := k0 i omega i c := kz in , omega i c 1 omegacutoff n omega i 2 := kz , Re kz , () iI mk z , := making sure that k is beta - j alpha 01 . 10 11 2 . 10 11 3 . 10 11 4 . 10 11 5 . 10 11 6 . 10 11 7 . 10 11 1000 500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 Re kz i1 , Re kz i2 , Re kz i3 , Im kz , Im kz , Im kz , k0 i 95 10 9 191 10 9 omega i I have highlighted the first two cutoff omegas where the propagation constant comes out of being -j alpha to become purely real. You also see how as frequency goes up kz approaches k0
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only plot real angles slope n kx n Re knz n () 0.0000001 + := Then the ray representing the wave travels with the slope: z p p a 1000 := p 0 1000 .. := I will now make a dummy plotting variable along the z-axis of propagation knz n k0 0 2 kx n 2 :=
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2009 for the course EEE 341 taught by Professor Diaz during the Spring '09 term at ASU.

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