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Did you look at the spatial distribution of the "transmitted" radiation?You might get something like thishttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airy_disk
Meanwhile, I've repeated the investigation on blocking mechanism of microwave using aluminum sheet 0.1 mm thick with various width from 7 to 70 mm, corresponding to around 0.25 to 2.5 wavelengths.
//www.youtube.com/watch?v=wd52KtsEL8gHere is the follow up of previous experiment. The longitudinal metal sheet now acts like the tail of a quarter wavelength metal strip which blocks the microwave transversally. You can also skip to 5:05 if you want to save your time and just want to know the final results.
I also have recorded the experiment but the metal sheet is placed in front of the transmitter. I decided to split the video to make the results easier to follow, also to reduce the length of the video so the editing and uploading can be done faster.
While preparing the much greater than interferometer, I inadvertently found interesting effects with a linear polarizer when placed between transmitter and receiver in longitudinal orientation. I hope I can upload the video soon to share it with you.
Based on its shape, I think I can rightly call it much greater than interferometer.
When editing the experiment with double reflector, I got an idea that diagonally polarized microwave can produce interesting results. I hope to share the new video with you soon. Stay tuned.
Quote from: hamdani yusuf on 07/02/2022 08:48:34Based on its shape, I think I can rightly call it much greater than interferometer.//www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXUcnhA0rmgInvestigation on Microwave Transceiver 70 : Construction of Much Greater Than InterferometerDesign and construction of a type of interferometer to investigate deeper on polarization and phase changing