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1.7 The potential at P due to the dipole layer D on the area element da' is just the

negative product of D and the

Ix_x'l' \ at P. For a constant surface-dipole-moment density A the potential is just ...

1.7 The potential at P due to the dipole layer D on the area element da' is just the

negative product of D and the

**solid angle**element d£l subtended by da' P*-*3""Ix_x'l' \ at P. For a constant surface-dipole-moment density A the potential is just ...

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The general form of the power radiated per unit

14.52) E being the electric field (14.14). In (14.51) the instantaneous power is

expressed in the observer's time (contrary to the definition in Section 14.3), since

...

The general form of the power radiated per unit

**solid angle**is (14.51) oil where t (14.52) E being the electric field (14.14). In (14.51) the instantaneous power is

expressed in the observer's time (contrary to the definition in Section 14.3), since

...

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(a) Show that the instantaneous power radiated per unit

e2cp sin2 6 cos2 (eop rfQ " 4«z2 (1 + p cos 6 sin ay')5 where ft = aw0/c. (b) By

performing a time averaging, show that the average power per unit

dP ...

(a) Show that the instantaneous power radiated per unit

**solid angle**is: dP(t') ^e2cp sin2 6 cos2 (eop rfQ " 4«z2 (1 + p cos 6 sin ay')5 where ft = aw0/c. (b) By

performing a time averaging, show that the average power per unit

**solid angle**is:dP ...

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