1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 1 GHz plane wave is free space is normally incident on a finite-width, lossless dielectric slab (relative permeability, uR of 2, relative permittivity, εR of 18, slab of length l). Determine the narrowest slab length for which 57.14% of power is reflected and the reflected signal has a phase angle of -160.89 degrees with respect to incident signal. 2. Relevant equations - ni = sqrt(uR*εR) - wavelength = λi = c/(f*ni) - intrinsic impedance = ζ = ζO*ni 3. The attempt at a solution - Knowing the dielectric values for air and the slab, I know the index of refraction for air is simply 1. The dielectric exhibits an index of 6. - I also know the intrinsic impedances of the two dielectrics as well - ζO = 377[Ω], ζSLAB = 125.67[Ω] -Wavelength of free space is 0.30[m], whereas the wavelength within the slab is 0.05[m]. - I also know that the reflection coefficient is equal to 0.5714. From these small steps I have completed, I hope I have gotten closer to the answer. Thank you for all help in advance! It is most appreciated.