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radiation field

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ‚fēld]
(electromagnetism)
The electromagnetic field that breaks away from a transmitting antenna and radiates outward into space as electromagnetic waves; the other type of electromagnetic field associated with an energized antenna is the induction field.
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Our radiation fields can be thought of in a similar fashion with a small unknown structure involving many hidden internal coordinates.
A Perspex[TM] phantom was manufactured to simulate a section of the torso where the radiation field will be applied.
the gross data with background removed, is at or near the zero line, indicating that there has been no measurable effect from any radiation field contributor on the fence or on the buildings that isn't observed in the offsite, or background, data, as well.
However, electron microscopy definitively confirmed that the first neoplasm was epithelial in origin and that the second tumor was a sarcoma that had arisen in the radiation field rather than a recurrence of the original tumor (figure 2).
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One may always expect that empty (matter-free) regions in a space(-time) of non-constant sectional curvature are necessarily filled with some kind of pure radiation field that may be associated with a class of null electromagnetic fields.
Antenna theory (Maxwell equation, radiation field from dipole, and linear phased array), radar fundamentals, radar modulation, and target-detection techniques (continuous wave, pulsed Linear Frequency Modulation, and stepped Frequency Modulation).
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According to Schiff [8] and Heitler [9] the Poynting vector then defines the momentum of the pure radiation field, expressed by sets of quantized plane waves.
This information is used to construct a more precise treatment plan, avoid tumor misses and minimize the amount of normal tissue in the radiation field.
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