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82 ) to obtain a

expressions . A linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude E , and wave number

k is incident on a circular opening of radius a in an otherwise perfectly conducting

flat ...

82 ) to obtain a

**result**equivalent to that of part ( a ) . Compare the twoexpressions . A linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude E , and wave number

k is incident on a circular opening of radius a in an otherwise perfectly conducting

flat ...

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below which our approximate

expression which tends to ( 13 . 5 ) as b→0 . It can be shown ( Problem 13 . 1 )

that a proper treatment gives the more accurate

below which our approximate

**result**( 13 . 2 ) must be replaced by a more exactexpression which tends to ( 13 . 5 ) as b→0 . It can be shown ( Problem 13 . 1 )

that a proper treatment gives the more accurate

**result**, 2244 / 1 AE ( b ) - ( 13 .Page 469

O angular dependence which is a wellknown

the radiation is polarized in the plane containing ý and n . The total instantaneous

power radiated is obtained by integrating ( 14 . 21 ) over all solid angle .

O angular dependence which is a wellknown

**result**. We note from ( 14 . 18 ) thatthe radiation is polarized in the plane containing ý and n . The total instantaneous

power radiated is obtained by integrating ( 14 . 21 ) over all solid angle .

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