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    Incident wave definition

    Is Incident wave>>Plane wave is a magnetic wave??

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    Re: Incident wave definition

    incident wave is an incoming wave

    if one is far enough from any wave source (water, sound, EM), the incoming waves look like plane waves



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    Re: Incident wave definition

    Quote Originally Posted by wwfeldman View Post
    incident wave is an incoming wave

    if one is far enough from any wave source (water, sound, EM), the incoming waves look like plane waves
    If i use this wave in my design, what that meaning? I wanted to provide magnetic field on my design? How can i do this?



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    Re: Incident wave definition

    There's no thing like a "magnetic wave". Electromagnetic waves involve coupled time variant electric and magnetic fields.



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    Re: Incident wave definition

    maybe you should explain a little more about what you want to do



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