dipole radiation


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dipole radiation

[′dī‚pōl ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
(electromagnetism)
The electromagnetic radiation generated by an oscillating electric or magnetic dipole.
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R., "Asymptotic theory for dipole radiation in the presence of a lossy slab lying on a conducting half-space," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol.
Dipole radiation at higher frequencies should be minimized to obtain higher radiation efficiency.
Damping through Electric Dipole Radiation. One process behaves differently from (25), (26): the damping of angular momentum through electric dipole radiation itself.
Concerning now the parallelization scheme used for the Sommerfeld integrals calculations, in order to evaluate the field reflected and transmitted by the dipole in a certain region of space discretized in several spatial points, we need to perform two loops: one on the integration variable [k.sub.[rho]] (which corresponds to the different plane waves composing the dipole radiation) and the other on the space points where we want to calculate the field.
So there is no essential role played by Special Relativity in the relativistic lowering of the dipole radiation temperature.
Lazarian, "Electric dipole radiation from spinning dust grains," The Astrophysical Journal, vol.
In this work and [28] we utilize the reciprocity method for systematically studying the dipole radiation above an anisotropic half-space, which is potentially an ENZ medium.
Blair, "Dipole radiation in a conducting half-space," Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards--D.
We have realized a dual-band antenna on a flexible substrate with dipole radiations. This antenna can be easily folded and inserted in an embedded system.