Elements of Remote Sensing Mcqs

Q.  Pick up the correct statement from the following_________________?

a. When the electric field oscillates in the direction of the electric vector, a plane polarised wave is formed
b. When the electric vector is in the plane of incidence, vertical polarisation is formed
c. When the electric vector is at right angles to the plane of incidence, horizontal polarization wave is formed
d. All of these


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