101_1_EE101_Sample_FINAL

101_1_EE101_Sample_FINAL - EE101 SAMPLE FINAL Student Name:...

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1 EE101 SAMPLE FINAL Student Name: Student ID# ( OPEN BOOKS AND NOTES ) (1) Assume a LOSSLESS transmission line as shown below: (a) (1 pts) What is the reflection coefficient (at the load) = ? (b) (2 pts) Does depend on the frequency of the generator source ? Explain. (c) (6 pts) For the same lossless transmission line shown above find the reflection coefficient using the attached Smith chart at each of the following cases: (a) Z L = 3 Z o (b) Z L = 2 j Z o (d) Z L = 0 --Show your drawings on the Smith Chart that is attached to the end of the exam sheet. --Verify the reflection coefficients that you found at the Smith chart using your answer to Question (a) above.
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2 (2) (4 pts) Evaluate 2 35 00 ˆ ˆ ˆ ˆˆ ˆ d d ax ay az R R R = ? ( R , , ) and ( x , y , z ) define the Spherical and Cartesian coordinate systems, respectively. ‘a’ is just a constant where a 0.
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3 (3) (8 pts) Using the time varying Maxwell’s equations derive the wave equation in free space for the H field.
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4 (4) (a) (4 pts) For the electric field phasor expression ˆ ˆ 2 ( )exp( ) E j y jz j x
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