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The incident wave vector makes an angle a with the normal to the screen. The

polarization vector is perpendicular to the plane of incidence. (a) Calculate the

diffracted fields and the power per unit

opening, ...

The incident wave vector makes an angle a with the normal to the screen. The

polarization vector is perpendicular to the plane of incidence. (a) Calculate the

diffracted fields and the power per unit

**solid angle**transmitted through theopening, ...

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The general form of the power radiated per unit

where A(0= ( — 1 [KE]ret (14.52) \4lT/ E being the electric field (14.14). In (14.51)

the instantaneous power is expressed in the observer's time (contrary to the ...

The general form of the power radiated per unit

**solid angle**is = |A(OI2 (14.51) dOwhere A(0= ( — 1 [KE]ret (14.52) \4lT/ E being the electric field (14.14). In (14.51)

the instantaneous power is expressed in the observer's time (contrary to the ...

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iILl Jo dii (14.58) defines a quantity dI(a>)/dQ. which is the energy radiated per

unit

evident that A(-w) = A*(w). Then ^ = 2 |A<«0|« (14.60) all This result relates in a ...

iILl Jo dii (14.58) defines a quantity dI(a>)/dQ. which is the energy radiated per

unit

**solid angle**per unit frequency interval : (14.59) If A(/) is real, from (14.55) it isevident that A(-w) = A*(w). Then ^ = 2 |A<«0|« (14.60) all This result relates in a ...

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