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Unformatted text preview: Notes: ECE604
Midterm Exam #2
April 8, 2004 4 problems
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onto a dielectric medium with 8 = 880 and u = 2M0 . transmitted Is the reﬂected wave linearly, circularly, or elliptically polarized? Justify your answer,
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