The theory developed by Maxwell and Hertz describes electromagnetic waves by means of two vector fields E and H, the electric and magnetic fields. The waves are characterized by a frequency ω, and the properties of the medium in which the waves propagate are given by the material constants e and µ. The impressed forces which generate the waves are described as electric and magnetic currents which we denote by J and J′.
KeywordsWave Equation Radiation Pattern Surface Current Vector Analysis Steady State Time
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