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Russer et al. 20 π TL MoM MoM unbalanced ∠ I (rad) π/2 D 0 −π/2 −π (−l/2,s/2) (−l/2,0) (l/2,−s/2) (l/2,s/2) (−l/2,−s/2) Fig. 7. Phase of the current distribution in the wires of the terminated two-conductor system of Fig. 1 at f = 300 MHz Use of the reciprocity theorem for the fields (Es, Hs) and (Er, Hr) in Ve yields ³ (E S t r r t ˆ = × H − E × H ) ⋅ nds ³ (E S i r r i ˆ , × H − E × H ) ⋅ nds (3) where nˆ is the unit normal on S, taken to be pointing into Ve. In deriving the above equation use was made of (2).

The field defined by (11a) is nothing but this reflected wave observed by an observer lying in the reference system K. 34 M. ødemen and A. Alkumru y, y’ A C RB reflected rays of frequency ω ′′ generated ~ by S θ θ" O’ S incident ω rays of frequency θ" x' shadowing rays of frequency ω generated by S ~ θ θ SB x O Fig. 4. Shadow and reflection boundaries when θ ∈ (0, π / 2) and sin θ < v / c It is also easily seen that in the half-space y < vt the incident wave is cancelled in the region defined by (−θ ′) > φ ′ to create a shadow region.

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