Bellan, Paul M. (1980) Electromagnetic Interference Pattern of Resonance Cones in the Far Field. Physical Review Letters, 45 (17). pp. 1407-1410. ISSN 0031-9007 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:BELprl80
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At large densities or large distances from the transmitting antenna it is observed that resonance cones, instead of being a single sharp peak, become spatially modulated by a multiperiod interference pattern; this interference pattern can dominate over the phasing imposed by a grill antenna. A simple theory shows that this effect occurs when ωper / c≫1 and that it is caused by electromagnetic terms neglected in the electrostatic approximation.
|Additional Information:||©1980 The American Physical Society. Received 26 December 1979. The author wishes to thank E. Fredrickson for help in constructing the probes, and H.M. Simpson and F.T. Cosso for help in constructing Encore. This work has been supported by National Science Foundation Grant No. ENG78-05784, by the Ford-Exxon Energy Fund, by the California Institute of Technology Institutional Energy Program, and by U.S. Department of Energy Contract No. EY-76-G-03-1305. The author is an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow.|
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