HW5 - EE 119 Homework 5 Professor: Jeff Bokor TA: Xi Luo...

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EE 119 Homework 5 Professor: Jeff Bokor TA: Xi Luo Due Tuesday , March 2 nd 2010 (Please submit your answers in EE119 homework box located in 240 Cory Hall) 1. After conquering Sartaul (East Turkestan, today’s northwestern China and central Asia), Genghis Khan organized and held the Mongolian traditional festivities called, “Naadam”, which included, “Three most manly games”. These games were wrestling matches, horse racing, and archery. According to the Genghis Khan’s script (Mongolian record), Esunge (one of Genghis Khan’s marksmen) consistently hit targets (coins with D ~ 8cm) that were 535 meters away and won the archery competition. In fact, many Mongolian marksmen during the Genghis Khan’s period were able to hit targets that were 500 meters away. (a) What is the diffraction-limited object size (at 535 meters) imposed by the
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