# MCQs on Radio Wave Propagation for NEET

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## MCQ on Radio Wave Propagation

1. Mathematical prediction of radio waves was done by
(a) Einstein
(b) Hertz
(d) Maxwell

2. The electric field and magnetic field of a radio wave are
(a) Perpendicular to each other
(b) Perpendicular to the direction of propagation
(c) Both a and b
(d) None of the above

Answer: (c) Both a and b

3. The speed of radio wave in free space is
(a) 3 x 106 metres/second
(b) 3 x 108 metres/second
(c) 3 x 106 miles/second
(d) 3 x 10miles/second

Answer: (b) 3 x 108 metres/second

4. Radio waves would strongly reflect off
(a) A flat insulating surface of the right size
(b) A flat metallic surface of the right size
(c) A flat dielectric surface of the right size
(d) A flat body of water

Answer: (b) A flat metallic surface of the right size

5. Radio waves sometimes bend around the corners due to
(a) Reflection
(b) Diffusion
(c) Refraction
(d) Diffraction

6. Which of the following is the phenomenon caused when Radio waves travel in two or more paths during propagation and produce slowly-changing phase differences between signals?
(a) Absorption
(c) Baffling
(d) skip

7. High-frequency long-distance propagation mostly depends on
(a) Ionospheric reflection
(b) Tropospheric reflection
(c) Ground reflection
(d) Inverted reflection

8. What is the distance from the far end of the ground wave to the nearest point where the sky wave returns to earth called?
(b) maximum usable frequency
(c) Skip distance
(d) Skip zone

9. Which of the following are electromagnetic
(b) Light
(c) Gamma waves
(d) All the above