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Power absorbed by good conductor Power EEE591/445 Lecture 03 1 { } 0 0 * 2 1 ˆ Re 2 1 2 1 Re Re (1 ) 2 1 av S s S s s s P E H nds R H ds R j f ϖμσ η σδ δ π σμ = × = = = + = = (1.94) (1.97), (1.131) { } { 2 * * 1 1 1 Re Re ( ) 2 2 2 R jX P VI Z I I R I + = = = Surface resistance Surface resistance Circuit analogy Circuit analogy (1.60) (1.98) (1.114)
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1.7 Plane Wave Reflection from a Media Interface (normal incidence) r i E E E + = 1 EEE591/445 Lecture 03 2 1 1 , μ ε 2 2 , μ ε 0 = z t E E = 2
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Plane Wave Reflection from a Media Interface (Cont’d) z jk t z jk r z jk i e E x E e E x E e E x E 2 1 1 0 0 0 ˆ ˆ ˆ - + - Τ = Γ = = EEE591/445 Lecture 03 3 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 η η η η η η η + = Τ + - = Γ
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1.8 Oblique Incidence at a Dielectric Interface i θ EEE591/445 Lecture 03 4 1 1 , μ ε 2 2 , μ ε 0 = z r i E E E + = 1 t E E = 2 r θ t θ Fig. 1.13
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Definition of TE and TM Polarizations EEE591/445 Lecture 03 5 Perpendicular polarization (TE to z), Horizontal polar:   - E perpendicular to the plane of incidence - E has no z-component (transverse electric) Parallel polarization (TM to z), Vertical polarization:   - E in the plane of incidence - H has no z-component (transverse magnetic)
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Configuration of TE (Z) EEE591/445 Lecture 03 6
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