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Ji(ka sin 6) ka sin 6 (9.113) The vector and scalar Kirchhoff approximations are

compared in Fig. 9.11 for the angle of incidence equal to 45° and for an aperture

one

Ji(ka sin 6) ka sin 6 (9.113) The vector and scalar Kirchhoff approximations are

compared in Fig. 9.11 for the angle of incidence equal to 45° and for an aperture

one

**wavelength**in diameter (ka = TT). The angular distribution is shown in the ...Page 299

9.10 Scattering by a Conducting Sphere in the Short-

type of problem which is essentially diffraction is the scattering of waves by an

obstacle. We will consider the scattering of a plane electromagnetic wave by a ...

9.10 Scattering by a Conducting Sphere in the Short-

**Wavelength**Limit Anothertype of problem which is essentially diffraction is the scattering of waves by an

obstacle. We will consider the scattering of a plane electromagnetic wave by a ...

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Calculate the quadrupole moments, the radiation fields, the angular distribution

of radiation, and the total radiated power in the long-

9.3 Two halves of a spherical metallic shell of radius R and infinite conductivity ...

Calculate the quadrupole moments, the radiation fields, the angular distribution

of radiation, and the total radiated power in the long-

**wavelength**approximation.9.3 Two halves of a spherical metallic shell of radius R and infinite conductivity ...

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