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A plane electromagnetic wave of frequency w is

the slabs with angle of incidence i . For linear polarization both parallel to and

perpendicular to the plane of incidence , ( a ) calculate the ratio of power

transmitted ...

A plane electromagnetic wave of frequency w is

**incident**on the gap from one ofthe slabs with angle of incidence i . For linear polarization both parallel to and

perpendicular to the plane of incidence , ( a ) calculate the ratio of power

transmitted ...

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9.8 Equivalent radiators according to Babinet's principle . but also a

complementary set of

statement of Babinet's principle is therefore as follows : a diffracting system

consists of a ...

9.8 Equivalent radiators according to Babinet's principle . but also a

complementary set of

**incident**fields with the roles of E and B interchanged . Thestatement of Babinet's principle is therefore as follows : a diffracting system

consists of a ...

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9.7 A linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude E , and wave number k is

screen . The

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9.7 A linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude E , and wave number k is

**incident**on a circular opening of radius a in an otherwise perfectly conducting flatscreen . The

**incident**wave vector makes an angle « with the normal to the screen.

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