**Reflection coefficient conductivity**

*Lorenzo Rubio Arjona*

This figure shows the effect of the conductivity (e.g., 10, 0.1 and 0.001 S/m) on the reflection coefficient (Fresnel coefficient) magnitude in terms of the angle of incidence. This representation corresponds to a wave propagating in free space an impinging onto a reflection surface characterized by its electrical properties (relative permittivity and conductivity).

The range of the parameters used in the derivation of the reflection coefficient are the following:

Frequency: From 10 MHz to 10 GHz

Relative permitivity: From 1 to 10

GOAL:

This figure shows the effect of the conductivity on the reflection coefficient (Fresnel coefficient) magnitude in terms of the angle of incidence.

INTRODUCTION:

This representation corresponds to a wave propagating in free space an impinging onto a reflection surface characterized by its electrical properties (relative permittivity and conductivity).

INSTRUCTIONS:

Enter the relative permittivity of the reflection surface and the frequency to show the conductivity impact on both the vertical and horizontal reflection coefficients.