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A place wave propagating through the medium [Er = 8

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= 0] has its electric field given by

Determine the wave impedance in ohm.

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A uniform plane wave in air impinges at 45o angle on a lossless dielectric material with a dielectric constant The transmitted wave propagates in a 30odirection with respect to the normal. The value of is

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A rectangular waveguide has a dimension 10 mm

5 mm. Determine its cut off frequency.

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5 GHz

10 GHz

15 GHz

12 GHz

4. Calculate the ratio of the wavelength in the two cables 1. 2. 4. 2. With the given information determine the frequency at which the following relation holds true.Two coaxial cables 1 and 2 are filled with different electric constants Er1 and Er2 respectively. 3. 1. 3. Greater than the velocity of light in free space Less than the velocity of light in free space Equal to the velocity of light in free space Equal to the group velocity Consider a material which has a conductivity = 10-2 mho/m and a relative permittivity = 4. Conduction current in the medium = Displacement current. The phase velocity of waves propagating in a hollow metal wave guide is: 1. 45 MHz 90 MHz . 2.

4.3. 2. 450 MHz 900 MHz Consider a uniform plane electromagnetic wave that is incident at a normal on a plane surface of a dielectric material. 3. 1. 0 and – 1 – 1 and + 1 0 and 1 and 0 The phase velocity for the TE10 mode in an air filled rectangular waveguide is 1. 10% 25% 50% 75% The VSWR can have any value between: 1. The material has a VSWR = 3. 2. Determine the % of incident power that is reflected back. 3. 4. 3. 2. 4. 4. less than c equal to c greater than c none of these Distilled water at 25oC is characterized by: .

25 cm 12. Determine the depth of penetration at a frequency of 4 MHz at a frequency of 1.? 1. 2. 1. The electric field on the surface of a perfect conductor is 2V/m. 6. 4. 2. 2.50 cm . 3. 4. 0 c/m2 2 c/m2 1.3 10-3 3.41 10-9 c/m2 The depth of penetration of an electromagnetic wave in a medium having conductivity MHz is 250 mm. The conductor is immersed in water with . The surface charge density on the conductor is: Take 1.8 10-11 c/m2 1.3 10-5 1.

5 GHz 5. 4. 3600 MHz source. Determine the reflection coefficient for the normal incidence. 1. 4. 3. Determine the magnitude of the displacement current. 3. 2. It is connected to a 0. Take . 2.00 cm 100. 2. 1. Zero 0.0 GHz 12.5V. 50.3.5 Bottom of Form Consider a rectangular metal wave guide that is filled with a dielectric material EoIt has a relative permittivity = 4 and has the inside dimension 30 mm × 12 mm.0 GHz 10.5 GHz A parallel plate air filled capacitor has a plate area = 10-4 m2 and plate separation = 10-3 m. Determine the cutoff frequency for the dominant mode. 4.00 cm Top of Form Question 20 of 50 | A wave traveling in air is incident on the plane boundary between air and another dielectric medium with = 4.

11 The characteristics impedance of a transmission line = 50 ZOC = 100 + J 150 . 2. The measured VSWR = 2. 57.1. Calculate the value of input impedance.11 11. 3.The input impedance of the open circuited line is when the transmission line is short circulated. 4.69 + J 11. 1. 4.54 7. 2. 50 100 + J 150 7.54 The characteristics impedance of a transmission line = 50 ZOC = 100 + J 150 . 3. 1. . Calculate the value of input impedance. Determine the percentage of the power that is reflected back.69 – J 11.59 mA A lossless transmission line is terminated in a load which reflects a part of the incident power. 2. 10 mA 100 mA 10 A 1. 3.73 0 0. 4.The input impedance of the open circuited line is when the transmission line is short circulated.

54 If C is a closed curve enclosing a surface S. 4. Top of Form . then the magnetic field intensity electric flux density are related by: .69 – J 11. 3. 2. 50 100 + J 150 7. 2. 4.69 + J 11.1.54 7. the current density and the 1. 3.

3. the free space is defined as 1. 4. 3. Determine the wave impedance of the TE20 mode of propagation in a waveguide at a frequency of 30 GHZ is free space impedance. Phase velocity and the group velocity in a waveguide (‘c is velocity of light) are related as 1. 2.Question 26 of 50 | Consider air filled rectangular waveguide which has an inner dimension of 30 mm × 20 mm. 3. . 1. 2. 308 355 400 461 Bottom of Form For electromagnetic wave propagation in free space. 4. 2. 4.

Fs = 5c/m2 at r = 200 cm and rs = – 2c/m2 at r = 400 cm. 3. 3. 4. 2. 75 ax + 187.5 ay – 300 az A/m2 75 ax + 187. In a certain material for which The magnetic flux density is 1.5 ay + 300 az A/m . 1. 82 ax + 204 ay – 327az ìwb/m2 82 ax + 204 ay – 327 az A/m 82 ax + 204 ay – 327 az mT 82 ax + 204 ay – 327 az mA/m The magnetisation is 1.Consider 2 co – axial cylindrical sheets of charge present in free space. 4. 2. 2. Determine the displacement flux density at r = 300 cm.

2. 4. 6.5 . 2. 120 cos (1010 t – ) ax e/m2 – 120 cos (1010 t – ) ax e/m2 120 cos (1010 t + ) ax e/m2 None of the above The magnetic flux density is 1.866 0.5 ay – 220 az A/m 55 ax + 137. Let 55 ax + 137. 3. 4. 2. 0.3.67 104 cos (1010 t – x) T 6 10-5 cos (1010 t + x) T 6 10-5 cos (1010 t – x) T A non magnetic medium has an intrinsic impedance 360 / 30o . 3.67 104 cos (1010 t + x) T 6.5 ay + 220 az A/m2 the electric flux density is: 1. 4. The loss tangent is: 1.

2. 3.634 1. 2.936 0.3.732 0. 4.577 The dielectric constant is: 1. None of these The transmission coefficient is: 1. 4. 1. 2 1 3.548 The plane wave T he SWRS is: 1. 2. . 1. 4.234 0.

99 5. The 1.3. 4. 4.43 8. 2. 4.57 None of these A material has electric field intensity is the magnetic field intensity is .52 sin (106t – 0. 2.0/Z) V/m . 3. 4. The loss tangent is: 1. 3 A lossy material has the phase constant is 10 rod / m at 5 MHZ. 3. 2.52 sin (106t – 0. 2913 1823 2468 1374 The attenuation constant a is 1.0/Z) KV/m 4. 4.

3. 4. 2. 2.0/Z) V/m 4. 4.52 cos (106t – 0.0/Z) KV/m The value of is 1. 2 9 4 16 The internal dimension of an axial capacitor is material inside the capacitor that the the homogeneous parameter The current density is: 1. None of these The quality factor of the capacitor is . 4.3. 3.52 cos (106t – 0. 4.

3. 18 W 12 W 17 mW 126 m W . 1.1. 4.The object is 120000 m from the radar and it’s altering cross. 3.2 20 A L band pulse radar has a common transmitting and receiving antenna. 4.1 10 0. The antenna having directive gain of 36 dB operates at 15000 KHz and transmits 200000 W.section is 8m2 Determine the magnitude of the scattered electric field at the radar. 2. 2. 0. 4. 3. 18 W 12 W 17 mW 126 m W The magnitude of scattered electric field at the radar is 1. 2.