# Using magnetic field of plane polarized standing EM wave for Faraday's law?

Is it possible to use the undulating magnetic field of a plane-polarized standing EM wave as the source of changing magnetic flux for Faraday's law? Why or why not?

I assume that if it's possible, the coil or wire loop used in this case would be likely quite small and any electricity generated would be miniscule in amount.

Coils were widely used as 'aerials' in radio receivers. In the 1920s and 1930s, coils of area in the order of $$0.1 \text m^2$$, called 'frame aerials' were often built into receiver cabinets. From the 1960s much smaller coils wound on ferrite cores were often used. The emfs induced in these coils by the oscillating magnetic fields of broadcast radio waves (of frequency in the order of 1 MHz) were processed to extract the modulation – an audio signal.