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9.7 Babinet's Principle of Complementary Screens Before discussing examples
of diffraction we wish to establish a useful relation called Cabinet's principle.
Babinet's principle relates the diffraction fields of one diffracting screen to those of
The above formulation of Babinet's principle is unsatisfactory in two aspects : it is
a statement about scalar fields, and it is based on the Kirchhoff approximation.
The second deficiency can be remedied by defining the complementary problem
9.8 Equivalent radiators according to Babinet's principle. but also a
complementary set of incident fields with the roles of E and B interchanged. The
statement of Babinet's principle is therefore as follows: a diffracting system
consists of a source ...
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