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Some antennas, depending on their geometry and also observation distance, may have only one, two, or all three components. In general, the magnitude of the total electric ﬁeld would be |E| = |Er |2 + |Eθ |2 + |Eφ |2 . 4, and similar ones, represents the magnitude of |E|. 5 Principal E- and H -plane patterns for a pyramidal horn antenna. RADIATION PATTERN 33 taken as a reference for expressing the directive properties of actual antennas. A directional antenna is one “having the property of radiating or receiving electromagnetic waves more effectively in some directions than in others.
To be valid, D must also be large compared to the wavelength (D > λ). 9 we have included three patterns of a parabolic reﬂector calculated at distances of R = 2D 2 /λ, 4D 2 /λ, and inﬁnity . It is observed that the patterns are almost identical, except for some differences in the pattern structure around the ﬁrst null and at a level below 25 dB. Because inﬁnite distances are not realizable in practice, the most commonly used criterion for minimum distance of far-ﬁeld observations is 2D 2 /λ.
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