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Since the basic equations are

make the appropriate

In general, however, there are several new features which arise. 1. If the medium

is ...

Since the basic equations are

**linear**, it is in principle an elementary matter tomake the appropriate

**linear**superposition of solutions with different frequencies.In general, however, there are several new features which arise. 1. If the medium

is ...

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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

This seems very plausible and is equivalent to the assumption that space-time ...

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 ...

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16.7 Radiation from a

multipole expansion for a source whose dimensions are comparable to a

wavelength, we consider the radiation from a thin,

16.7 Radiation from a

**Linear**, Center-fed Antenna As an illustration of the use of amultipole expansion for a source whose dimensions are comparable to a

wavelength, we consider the radiation from a thin,

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