Enter the transmission amplitude into the calculator to determine the Transmission Coefficient.

## Transmission Coefficient Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the Transmission Coefficient.

T = |t|^2

Variables:

- T is the Transmission Coefficient
- t is the transmission amplitude

To calculate the Transmission Coefficient, take the absolute value of the transmission amplitude and square it. The result is the Transmission Coefficient, which quantifies the probability of a particle or wave successfully passing through a potential barrier.

## What is a Transmission Coefficient?

A Transmission Coefficient is a term used in quantum mechanics and wave theory that quantifies the probability of a particle or wave successfully passing through a potential barrier. It is used to analyze phenomena such as quantum tunneling, reflection and transmission of waves, and scattering. The value of the transmission coefficient ranges from 0 to 1, where 0 indicates no transmission and 1 indicates complete transmission.