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(b) Derive an expression for magnetic \ufb01eld strength, H, due to a \ufb01nite \ufb01lamentary conductor carrying a curent I and placed along Z- axis at a point \u2019P\u2019 on y- axis. Hence deduce the magnetic \ufb01eld strength for the length of the conductor extending from -\u221e to +\u221e.
3. A square \ufb01lamentary loop of wire is 25 cm on a side and has a resistance of 125\u2126 per meter length. The loop lies in z=0 plane with its corners at (0,0,0) (0.25,0,0), (0.25,0.25,0) and (0,0.25,0) at t=0 the loop is moving with velocityvy = 50m/s in the \ufb01eldBz = 8cos(1.5\u00d7 108t\u2212 0.5x)\u00b5T . Develop a function of time which expresses the ohmic power being delivered to the loop.
(b) In free space (z\u2264 0), a plane wave with H= 10 cos( 108t -\u03b2z) ax mA/m is incident normally on a loss less medium (\u03b5 = 2\u03b50,\u00b5 = 8\u00b50) in regionZ\u2265 0. Determine the re\ufb02ected waveHr ,Er and the transmitted waveHt ,Et. [8+8]
8. (a) Explain what is meant by voltage re\ufb02ection coe\ufb03cient in a transmission line The voltage re\ufb02ection coe\ufb03cient due to load connected to a lossless transmis- sion line of characteristic impedance 100 \u2126 and working at 3 GHz is 0.5?450. Assuming the load voltage to be 10 V, calculate the r.m.s voltage and current at intervals of one ?fourth wave length from the load up to a distance 5 cm.
(b) Find the magnetic \ufb01eld strength, H at the centre of a square conducting loop of side \u20182a\u2019 in Z=0 plane if the loop is carrying a current , I, in anti clock wise direction.
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