E E 325 - Chapter 11.4-11.5

E E 325 - Chapter 11.4-11.5 - p m Exo=100V/m f=300 MHz what...

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Example : Show that the average power flux per unit area for an EM plane wave can be represented as
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Example: Show that in a lossy medium with the average power flux can be represented as
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Example: For Fresh Water, we have ε R =50, σ= 20, α= 520.3 Ν
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Unformatted text preview: p/ m, Exo=100V/m, f=300 MHz what is the Average EM wave power flux per unit area Note that water is a very lossy medium for microwave Example: Find the skin depth of copper wire for two different frequency: 60 Hz and 10 GHz...
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course E E 325 taught by Professor Raychen during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas.

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E E 325 - Chapter 11.4-11.5 - p m Exo=100V/m f=300 MHz what...

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