A uniform plane wave, E(x,y,z)=(y^)*cos(wt-kz) in a medium (Er=1,mur=1) impinges normally upon a second medium (Er=4,mur=60). Assume both mediums are infinitely long. a) What are the intrinsic impedancesof medium-1 and medium-2? b) What is the wavelength in each of the mediums and what is the reflection coefficient at the interface? c) What is the H(x,y,z) in medium-1? d) Obtain the time-average power densities in both the mediums.

A uniform plane wave, E(x,y,z)=(y^)*cos(wt-kz) in a medium (Er=1,mur=1) impinges normally upon a second medium (Er=4,mur=60). Assume both mediums are infinitely long.

a) What are the intrinsic impedancesof medium-1 and medium-2?

b) What is the wavelength in each of the mediums and what is the reflection coefficient at the interface?

c) What is the H(x,y,z) in medium-1?

d) Obtain the time-average power densities in both the mediums.

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