By Warren L. Stutzman, Gary A. Thiele

Stutzman's third variation of *Antenna concept and Design* offers a extra pedagogical technique with a better emphasis on computational equipment. New good points comprise extra sleek fabric to make the textual content extra interesting and appropriate to training engineers; new chapters on structures, low-profile components and base station antennas; organizational adjustments to enhance knowing; extra information to chose very important subject matters corresponding to microstrip antennas and arrays; and accelerated measurements topic.

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If we consider the source to be a collection of point sources weighted by the distribution Jz, the response Az is a sum of the point source responses of (2-59). This is expressed by the integral over the source volume υ 0 : ZZZ μJz Az ¼ υ0 eÀjβR 0 dυ 4πR ð2-60Þ Similar equations hold for the x- and y-components. The total solution is then the sum of all components, which is ZZZ A¼ μJ υ0 eÀjβR 0 dυ 4πR ð2-61Þ This is the solution to the vector wave equation (2-45). The geometry is shown in Fig. 2-2.

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The electric field lines shown here are for a time rB /c after the charge passed point B. c01 7 April 2012; 13:2:25 14 Chapter 1 Introduction point B at time t ¼ Δt where it continues on at the acquired velocity for all time t > Δt. The radial field lines outside the circle of radius rA in Fig. 1-4 originated when the charge was at point A. The circle of radius rB is centered on point B, which is the charge position at the end of the acceleration period Δt and the electric field lines extend radially away from point B interior to the circle or radius rB.