By Simon R. Saunders

ISBN-10: 0470848790

ISBN-13: 9780470848791

ISBN-10: 1601193696

ISBN-13: 9781601193698

An important resource of data for working towards and aspiring instant communique engineers, in addition to for college students at postgraduate and senior undergraduate degrees. This ebook presents a basic grounding within the rules of antennas and propagation with no over the top recourse to arithmetic. It additionally equips the reader with useful prediction recommendations for the layout and research of a really wide selection of universal instant verbal exchange platforms.

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Both media are assumed lossless for the moment. The electric ﬁeld vector may be in any direction perpendicular to the propagation vector. The propagation vector is at an angle i to the surface normal at the point of incidence. If Maxwell’s equations are solved for this situation, the result is that two new waves are produced, each with the same frequency as the incident wave. e. 1). This is called the scattering plane. The ﬁrst wave propagates within medium 1 but moves away from the boundary. It makes an angle r to the normal and is called the reﬂected wave.

1: A plane wave propagating through space at a single moment in time The electric and magnetic ﬁelds are perpendicular to each other and to the direction of propagation of the wave; the direction of propagation is along the z axis; the vector in this direction is the propagation vector or Poynting vector. The two ﬁelds are in phase at any point in time or in space. Their magnitude is constant in the xy plane, and a surface of constant phase (a wavefront) forms a plane parallel to the xy plane, hence the term plane wave.

1 shows a plane wave incident onto a plane boundary between two media with different permeabilities and permittivities. Both media are assumed lossless for the moment. The electric ﬁeld vector may be in any direction perpendicular to the propagation vector. The propagation vector is at an angle i to the surface normal at the point of incidence. If Maxwell’s equations are solved for this situation, the result is that two new waves are produced, each with the same frequency as the incident wave.

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