By Robert S. Elliott
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136) occurs if d S is instead drawn outward from V,, the volume enclosed by S , . 136). 136 will be used in Chapter 7 in the establishment of the induced EMF method for computing the self-impedance of a dipole. 3. 4b. The closed surface S , excludes all the sources, that is, the volume V, is source free. 136). This result will be used in Chapter 3 in the derivation of a formula for the scattering from a waveguide-fed slot. 15 Equivalence of the Transmitting and Receiving Patterns of an Antenna The reciprocity theorem can be used to establish the very important result that the transmitting and receiving patterns of an antenna are the same.
The results of this section can be summarized by saying that when one is doing pattern analysis of a type 1 (actual-source) antenna, the steps t o follow are these. 1. 102) and determine ao(e, $1 and a,(e, $1. 2. 100). Then I a,(8, $) l2 and I a @ , 4) I"il1 give the vertically and horizontally polarized relative power patterns, respectively. 3. 96). I5 D. THE FAR-FIELD EXPRESSIONS FOR TYPE II (EQUIVALENT-SOURCE) ANTENNAS16 A distinction has already been made between antennas for which the actual source distribution is known to reasonable accuracy and those for which it is not.
The next two sections are concerned with developing this alternate approach. I 2 The Schelkunoff Equivalence Principle The concept of equivalent or substitute sources is an old and useful idea that can be traced back to C. Huyghens,17 but the development t o be presented here is patterned after S. A. 18 1 soften i t is a vexing problem to specify the phase distribution of as and a+since all that may really be desired is some specified ao(O,4)I or la,(B, $)I. In such cases, one can search for that phase distribution of a, and adwhich results in the simplest physically realizable current distribution.