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Quantity 1: Antenna basics and Mathematical thoughts opens with a dialogue of the basics and mathematical suggestions for any form of paintings with antennas, together with easy rules, theorems, and formulation, and methods. DLC: Antennas (Electronics)
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8) ' A factor of 1 /2 has been introduced into all terms so the interpretation of the result in terms of energy and power is straightforward. 8) represents the time average power loss due to ohmic dissipation. The volume integral on the right-hand side represents the difference between the time average inductively stored energy and capacitively stored energy; it includes the inductive term containing the kinetic energy of the electron pairs. 8), which gives the time average power dissipated. 1.