# 'Em waves' presentation slideshows

## Energy

Energy. What is Energy. From Merriam Webster: Energy: The capacity for doing work (or to produce heat ) What are some forms/types of energy? 1. Energy of motion (kinetic energy)  2. Heat 3. Electricity 

By jana
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## Electromagnetic Spectrum: Wavelength, frequency and energy

Electromagnetic Spectrum: Wavelength, frequency and energy. Teacher Page. Content: Physical Science—The Electromagnetic Spectrum Grade Level: High School Creator: Dorothy Walk Curriculum Objectives: SC 1; Intro Phys/Chem IV.A (waves). What is it?.

By Audrey
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## Developing Wave Equations

Developing Wave Equations. Need wave equation and wave function for particles. Schrodinger, Klein-Gordon, Dirac not derived. Instead forms were guessed at, then solved, and found where applicable So Dirac equation applicable for spin 1/2 relativistic particles

By Antony
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## Analog Communications

Analog Communications. Overview. Communication systems Analog Modulation AM FM Digital Modulation ASK FSK Modems. Communication systems. The block diagram on the top shows the blocks common to all communication systems. Digital. Analog.

By Olivia
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## Stereovision Image Noise

Stereovision Image Noise. John Morris Department of Computer Science, Tamaki Campus The University of Auckland. Iolanthe at 14 knots on Cockburn Sound, Perth. Stereo Image Noise Sources . Signal noise Electromagnetic interference eg cross-talk

By andrew
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## Wave & Electromagnetic Spectrum Notes

Wave & Electromagnetic Spectrum Notes. March 12, 2014. I.) Properties of Waves. Wave : A periodic disturbance in a solid, liquid or gas as energy is transmitted through a medium ( Waves carry energy b/c they do “work”)

By ham
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## Homework set #3 is posted Due Tuesday by 5PM No late homework accepted Homework set #4 is posted Due Tuesday September 2

Homework set #3 is posted Due Tuesday by 5PM No late homework accepted Homework set #4 is posted Due Tuesday September 29 th by 5PM Same day as Exam I No late homework accepted Exam I – September 29 th Chapter 33-36 omitting section 36.6. Last time. Changing flux creates E-fields:.

By lyle
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## Brief Study Earthquake Precursor with ULF Band Geomagnetic in Indonesia as Preliminary Research MAGDAS-9 BMKG-SERC In Su

Brief Study Earthquake Precursor with ULF Band Geomagnetic in Indonesia as Preliminary Research MAGDAS-9 BMKG-SERC In Sumatera, INDONESIA. By A. Suaidi Ahadi , B. K.Yumoto , C. Gunawan Ibrahim , D. Hendra Grandis

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## Introduction to Microwave Remote Sensing

Introduction to Microwave Remote Sensing. Dr. Sandra Cruz Pol Microwave Remote Sensing INEL 6069 Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering, UPRM, Mayagüez, PR Fall 2008. Outline . What is radiometry? Importance of Microwaves Radar vs. Radiometer Brief history

By minh
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## Chapter 14 Waves

Chapter 14 Waves. Types Characteristics Interactions. Types of Waves . Dr. B-Z . 1. Define Wave. A wave is a disturbance that carries energy though matter or space. . 2. The matter through which a wave travels is called a _. Medium Examples Pond Air Earth.

By filbert
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## Stars & Galaxies Chapter 28

Stars & Galaxies Chapter 28. Most of what we know about the universe comes from analyzing the light that reaches us from distant stars & galaxies. A Closer Look at Light Ch 28 Sec 1. We learn about the stars & the universe by studying the e lectromagnetic r adiation ( EM ) they give off.

By lynda
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## Synthesis of Bulk Metamaterials

Synthesis of Bulk Metamaterials. Advisor: Prof. Ruey-Beei Wu Student : Hung-Yi Chien 錢鴻億 2010 / 04 / 01. 1. Outline. Introduction Scaling Plasma at Microwave Frequency Synthesis of Negative Magnetic Permeability SRR-Based Left-Handed Metamaterials. 2. Introduction.

By grace
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## Light Light is fundamental for color vision Unless there is a source of light, there is nothing to see! What do we see?

Light Light is fundamental for color vision Unless there is a source of light, there is nothing to see! What do we see? We do not see objects , but the light that has been reflected by or transmitted through the objects. Light and EM waves Light is an electromagnetic wave

By butterfly
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## How does an antenna that only generates a magnetic field, generate an electromagnetic (EM) wave?

How does an antenna that only generates a magnetic field, generate an electromagnetic (EM) wave?. Electromagnetic (EM) Wave. Made up of two time varying components: Electric field (E) Magnetic field (B) Electric and magnetic fields Orthogonal and in phase

By barny
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## Energy

Energy. What is Energy. From Merriam Webster: Energy: The capacity for doing work (or to produce heat ) What are some forms/types of energy? 1. Energy of motion (kinetic energy)  2. Heat 3. Electricity 

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## Characterization of an Unintentional Wi-Fi Interference Device – The Residential Microwave Oven

Characterization of an Unintentional Wi-Fi Interference Device – The Residential Microwave Oven. Tanim M. Taher Ayham Z. Al-Banna Joseph L. LoCicero Donald R. Ucci. Presented by Tanim M. Taher. Outline. Motivation Experimental Analysis of Microwave Oven (MWO) signal:

By auberta
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## Electromagnetic Media and Boundary Conditions

Electromagnetic Media and Boundary Conditions. Plane waves at an interface:. k r. k t. k i. n 1. n 2. Questions. How do waves propagate across the interface? What are the directions of the reflected, refracted waves?

By faith
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## SPECTROSCOPY

SPECTROSCOPY. Fascinating Light. Fireworks Various colors Due to atomic spectra of various elements Na (yellow), Sr (red), Ba (blue) Light transmitted through space Aurora borealis or “Northern Lights” Light transmitted through space.

By ernie
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## 24.1 The Electromagnetic Spectrum

24.1 The Electromagnetic Spectrum. pp. 522 - 527 Mr. Richter. Agenda. Warm Up Review HW Notes: About Electromagnetic Waves The Electromagnetic Spectrum Low-Energy EM Waves Visible Light High-Energy EM Waves. Objectives: We Will Be Able To….

By winola
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## Announcements

Announcements. EXAM 3 is THIS Thursday! Homework for tomorrow… (Ch. 34, CQ 10, Probs. 23 & 26) 33.11: a) 2.0 x 10 -2 A , CCW b ) 2.0 x 10 -2 A, CCW c) 0 A 33.33: a) 0.0050 Wb b) 0.010 Wb

By mignon
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