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Lesson # 12
LINEAR WIRE ANTENNAS
Introduction
Infinitesimal Dipole


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RECAP
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INTRODUCTION
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Infinitesimal Dipole
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Step Nr # 01
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The condition in which the phase angle between two
alternating quantities is 90, corresponding to one-quarter
of an electrical cycle. The electric and magnetic fields of
electromagnetic radiation are in space quadrature, which
means that they are at right angles in space. See also
Absorption of electromagnetic radiation.

The current and voltage of a perfect coil are in quadrature
because the coil current lags behind the coil voltage by
exactly 90. The current and voltage of a perfect
capacitor are also in quadrature, but here the current
leads the voltage by 90. In these last two cases the
current and voltage are in time quadrature.
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RADIAN DISTANCE & RADIAN SPHERE
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DIRECTIVITY
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Three dimensional ration pattern of an infinitesimal dipole
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PROBLEM:

For an infinitesimal dipole, determine and
interpret the effective length. At what incidence
angle does the open-circuit maximum voltage
occurs at the output terminals of the dipole if the
electric-field intensity of the incident wave is
10mV/m? The length of the dipole is 10 cm.

Take :
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