Unformatted text preview: = 0 . 367. (Note eﬀect of angle!) f. ~ E t =. 00367ej 83 . 6[0 . 112 x +0 . 994 y ] ˆ z V/m. g. ~ H t = [3 . 87ˆx. 44ˆy]5 ej [9 . 36 x +83 . 1 y ] ˆ z V/m. Problem 3: Right circular to linear. a. ~ E 1 ( ~ r) = E [ˆx + j ˆ z]ejk i or just simple ~ E 1 ( ~ r) = E [ˆx + j ˆ z]  y =0 is suﬃcient. b. L = 7 . 5 cm. c. ~ E 1 ( ~ r) = E [ˆx + uz ]  y = L d. η 6 = η , so yes, there will be a reﬂection. Problem 4: Short answers: a. A uniaxial material’s permittivity tensor has all diﬀerent values along the diagonal when aligned with its principle axis. b. A TE or TM (Transverse electric or magnetic wave) impinges on an interface with its electric (or magnetic) ﬁeld perpendicular to the plane of incidence. c. m1. d. True. (No reason needed.) WES 1...
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 Digital Signal Processing, Signal Processing, Transverse wave, Permittivity, Euclidean geometry, plane wave incident

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