By Antti V Raisanen, Arto Lehto
Textual content overviews the fundamentals in radio engineering the options had to generate, keep an eye on, observe, and use radio waves. contains index, illustrations, and checklist of acronyms.
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84) The magnetic field has only a component in the y direction. 8 shows the behavior of the reflection coefficient as a function of the angle of incidence for both polarizations, when n 1 < n 2 , that is, ⑀ 1 < ⑀ 2 . 7 Energy and Power Let us consider the principle of energy conservation in volume V, which is enclosed by a surface S. 8 The reflection coefficient for the parallel ( || ) and perpendicular ( ⊥ ) polarization as a function of the angle of incidence 1 , when ⑀ 1 < ⑀ 2 . 32 Radio Engineering for Wireless Communication and Sensor Applications by ⑀ r , r , and .
A medium is homogeneous if its properties are constant, independent of location. An isotropic medium has the same properties in all directions. The properties of a linear medium are independent on field strength. 8542 × 10−12 F/m and = 0 = 4 × 10−7 H/m. In other homogeneous media, ⑀ = ⑀ r ⑀ 0 and = r 0 , where the dielectric constant ⑀ r , that is, the relative permittivity, and the relative permeability, r , depend on the structure of the material. For air we can take ⑀ r = r = 1 for most applications.
22 Radio Engineering for Wireless Communication and Sensor Applications In radio engineering we often consider a case where we have an interface with a good conductor. Fields penetrate only a short distance into a good conductor such as metal and not at all into a perfect conductor ( = ∞). We often approximate a good conductor with a perfect conductor, which is lossless. 45) AM FL Y n×E=0 Such a boundary is also called an electric wall. Dual to the electric wall is the magnetic wall, where the tangential component of H vanishes.
Radio Engineering for Wireless Communication and Sensor Applications (Artech House Mobile Communications Series) by Antti V Raisanen, Arto Lehto