Electronics and Communication Engineering - Electromagnetic Field Theory - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Electromagnetic Field Theory - Section 13 (Q.No. 1)
Whenever a wave is incident on a perfect conductor then the reflection coefficient is
1 < 180°
depend upon η1, η2
Answer: Option
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Naresh said:   5 years ago
The perfect conductor does not allow the reflections, hence the amount of reflection is zero.

The reflection coefficient is defined as the ratio of reflected quantity to the incident quantity which becomes zero.

PRAKASH SAINI said:   6 years ago
Actually, perfect conductor means a match load therefore ZL=Z0 and reflection coefficient is zero.

Khan said:   6 years ago
What is correct ans?

Uma said:   7 years ago
Answer should be 1<180.

Sudha said:   7 years ago
Answer should be 1.

Tarique said:   7 years ago
Wrong answer. Because when wave incident reflect completely mean magnitude 1.

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