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In vacuum there is a unique propagation velocity c, and the dispersion relation is
co = ck for all frequencies. The vacuum phase velocity fphase = co/k and group
velocity vgroUp = dco/dk are both equal to c. So in vacuum all electromagnetic ...
Radio and the Ionosphere An important application of the interaction between
plasmas and electromagnetic waves is to radio propagation. The upper
atmosphere is a plasma, called the ionosphere, with a typical number density of
An essential component of microwave circuits is the wave guide — a hollow
metal tube with, most simply, a rectangular cross section — in which the
electromagnetic waves propagate with little attenuation from one part of the
device to another.
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