Two radio antennas are 100 m apart along a north-south line. They broadcast identical radio waves at a frecuency of 3.0 MHz. Your job is to monitor the signal strenth with a handheld reciever. To get your first measuring point, you walk 800 meters east from the midpoint between the antennas, then 600 meters north.
a) what is the phase difference between the waves at this point?. Is the interference at this point constructive, destructive or something in between.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 10:18 pm ad1c9bdddf
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Two radio antennas are 100 m apart along a north-south line. They broadcast identical radian waves at a frequency of 3.0 MHz. Your job is to monitor the signal strength with a handheld receiver. To get your first measuring point, you walk 800 meters east from the midpoint between the ...
Interference of radio waves is investigated. The solution is detailed and was rated '5/5' by the student who originally posted the questions.
Wave Optics (Interference)
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