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    Transmission Line Problem

    I'm trying to find the power dissipation in each resistor. I don't know how Rm effects the circuit/characteristic impedance of the 2nd section. Please help. Thanks so much!!!
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    Reflection Coefficient Calc????

    Thanks for all of the help...question was answered by a different forum
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    Reflection coefficient question.

    Thanks djalli for confirming my answer!
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    Reflection coefficient question.

    If you have Pozar 2nd ed, it's problem 1.7. Details of the problem: plane wave is normally incident on a dielectric slab of permittivity er and thickness d=lambda0/(4*sqrt(er)). lambda0 is the free space wavelength of the incident wave. if free space exists on both sides of the slab, find the...
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    Reflection coefficient question.

    To narrow down what I'm really confused about, a normal incident wave is travelling from free space into a medium then out to free space again. I'm trying to find the relationship between the width of the medium and permeability/permittivity so that I can calculate the reflection coefficient...
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    Reflection coefficient question.

    Hi... I'm trying to solve a problem, and don't really know where to begin. If you have freespace/material/freespace and are given permittivity, the thickness of material, and wavelength. How is one supposed to be able to calc the reflection coefficient? I vaguely understand how the wavelength...
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    Reflection Coefficient Calc????

    Hi... I'm trying to solve a problem, and don't really know where to begin. If you have freespace/material/freespace and are given permittivity, the thickness of material, and wavelength. How is one supposed to be able to calc the reflection coefficient? I vaguely understand how the wavelength...

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