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1. If the detector readings are proportional to the amplitude of the microwave E field, the data from the first polarization experiment should be

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1. If the detector readings are proportional to the amplitude of the microwave E field, the data
from the first polarization experiment should be proportional to 003(9) where B is the angle
between transmitter and detector. If the readings are proportional to the energy stored in the
E field, the readings should be proportional to 0032(9). Based on your data, are the detector
readings proportional to amplitude, energy, or neither? 2. The simplest design for a radio/microwave transmitter antenna is a vertical conducting rod
about one quarter-wavelength long. A mobile-phone manufacturer wants to build such an
antenna into a GSM-900 (900 MHz) phone. How small can the phone be? 3. For aerodynamic reasons, nearly all modern aircraft feature at least
one large vertical stabilizer. The 8-2 “stealth" bomber pictured to the
right, however, has no vertical fins at all. Why not? 4. TV stations in the U.S. normally broadcast horizontally-polarized
signals. Is this TV antenna mounted correctly, or should it be rotated?

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