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ECEN 5264 Electromagnetic Absorption Electromagnetic Absorption, Scattering, and Propagation (Propagation Effects on Satellite Communications) Professor Albin J. Gasiewski Lecture #10 – February 10, 2011 ECOT 246 303-492-9688 (O) al.gasiewski@colorado.edu 1 Classes: ECCS 1B14 TR 9:30-10:45 AM University of Colorado at Boulder Spring 2011 ECEN 5264 EM Absorption, Scattering, & Propagation Administration • Reading: – EASP slides – EASP text (available on CULearn) – Additional references K.G. Budden, Radio Waves in the Ionosphere • EASP Midterm Exam – February 17, 2011 – In class, 75 minutes – Two questions, multiple parts – Open notes, calculators allowed 2 University of Colorado at Boulder Spring 2011 ECEN 5264 EM Absorption, Scattering, & Propagation – No PDA, PCs, cell phones Last Lecture • Plasma frequency & collisions Plasma dispersion relation • Plasma dispersion relation • Magnetized plasmas 3 University of Colorado at Boulder Spring 2011 ECEN 5264 EM Absorption, Scattering, & Propagation Today’s Lecture • Permittivity tensor • Propagation eigenmodes • Faraday rotation Appleton Hartree formulation • Appleton-Hartree formulation 4
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