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Since the basic equations are linear, it is in principle an elementary matter to
make the appropriate linear superposition of solutions with different frequencies.
In general, however, there are several new features which arise. 1. If the medium
To obtain a connection between the coordinates (x1, y', z', t') of system K' and (x, y
, z, t) of system K it is only necessary to assume that the transformation is linear.
This seems very plausible and is equivalent to the assumption that space-time ...
16.7 Radiation from a Linear, Center-fed Antenna As an illustration of the use of a
multipole expansion for a source whose dimensions are comparable to a
wavelength, we consider the radiation from a thin, linear, center-fed antenna, ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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