Calculate power delivered to the network, Electrical Engineering

Calculate power delivered to the network:

1. A wave is traveling from left to right, emerging from Zg=50 with a peak amplitude of Vp=5V. The 1-port network [S] has in=0.5-135. 

Find Vg and Pavs (i.e. the power available from the generator including its output impedance) if the input to M1 is a conjugate match to Zg. Be sure to specify the proper units:

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If M1 were a microstrip impedance matching network, circle the diagram at right most closely resembling its layout, and sketch the action of the matching network on the dual Smith chart. What is the power delivered to the network under these conditions?

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