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discussed the properties of electromagnetic waves and their propagation in both

bounded and unbounded geometries . But nothing has been said about how to

produce ...

**Simple**Radiating Systems and Diffraction In Chapters 7 and 8 we havediscussed the properties of electromagnetic waves and their propagation in both

bounded and unbounded geometries . But nothing has been said about how to

produce ...

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4 Center - fed Linear Antenna For certain radiating systems the geometry of

current flow is sufficiently

be found in relatively

4 Center - fed Linear Antenna For certain radiating systems the geometry of

current flow is sufficiently

**simple**that integral ( 9 . 3 ) for the vector potential canbe found in relatively

**simple**, closed form . As an example of such a system we ...Page 287

78 ) we obtain the

plane surface S , bounding region II , * E ( x ) = 2 ( n x E ) D ' G da ' ( 9 . 81 ) where

( D E ) is the tangential electric field on Sı , n is a unit normal directed into ...

78 ) we obtain the

**simple**result for the field E ( x ) in terms of an integral over theplane surface S , bounding region II , * E ( x ) = 2 ( n x E ) D ' G da ' ( 9 . 81 ) where

( D E ) is the tangential electric field on Sı , n is a unit normal directed into ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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