Sayan Patra Asked a Question
November 20, 2020 9:50 ampts 30 pts
if the electric field of an electromagnetic wave is given by E(r, t) = (iE, + jE, )e.-); i and are mutually orthogonal unit vectors both being perpendicular to k and E, and E, are two real numbers, then the electromagnetic wave is/are not 2 (A) Plane polarized (B) Circularly polarized (C) Elliptically polarized (D) Unpolarized
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  • Prashant kumar thankyou
    option C Since the angle between two components of electric field is 90 degree and components are unequal therefore it is elliptical polarized. if E1=E2 then it will be plane polar...
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    Sayan Patra
    how do I recognise circular polarization??