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5.1 For each material listed below calculate the complex propagation coefficient, attenuation coefficient, phase shift coefficient, complex wave impedance, and loss tangent. From the loss tangent classify each material as either lossless, low loss, lossy, or a good conductor. Present your calculations in a neat format with the answers in a box, include units where appropriate and use rectangular form for complex numbers. a) Bacon frequency = 915 MHz, & = 2.5, o=0.0064 b) Concrete (dry) frequency = 915 MHz, &=4.5, O F 0.0011

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#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <math.h>

#define NAME_LEN 12

typedef struct coord{
    char name[NAME_LEN];
    double x,y ;
} Coordinate;

typedef struct rectangle{
    Coordinate topleft, bottomright;
} Rectangle;

int read_coord(FILE *fp, Coordinate *point);...

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