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Ok. I have a question.What material protects from this waves? Grounded peace of metal would be enough?
I've made a new video investigating diffraction of microwave using metamaterials. Previously, it was shown that an aluminum plate, which virtually reflects all of microwave power, didn't show any observable diffraction effect. This time, we tested if diffraction effect can be observed in a partially transparent obstacle which is constructed as metamaterial. The metamaterial obstacle is made from an array of aluminum stripes. There will be some follow up videos to eliminate some uncertainties around diffraction phenomenon.
So?What do you have to say as a result?We are waiting and curious.
And here are videos demonstrating conjoined twin polarizer//www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVVxSrjvS7o//www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4-357xklQUIn the end of the experiment, it's shown that rotating the receiver can make the reading down to 0, which means that the microwave is linearly polarized instead of eliptical or circularly polarized.