## The Electromagnetic Radiation from Simple Sources in the Presence of a Homogeneous Dielectric Sphere, Volume 2211 |

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### Contents

H DYADIC GREENS FUNCTIONS PERTAINING TO A SOURCE | 3 |

Table Page | 16 |

EI ELECTRIC FIELDS DUE TO SIMPLE POINT SOURCES | 21 |

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amplitude antenna antenna efficiency associated Legendre functions computed cos0 current distribution denote derived dielectric loss dielectric sphere DIPOLE ON SPHERE directivity curves dyadic Green's functions E-PLANE electric and magnetic electric current electric fields equations far-zone field field radiated free space free-space H-PLANE FIG Hankel functions hence homogeneous dielectric sphere Huygens Huygens1 source LOCATED INSIDE SPHERE magnetic current magnetic current sources magnetic field magnetic source measured patterns MODAL EFFICIENCY n(n+l Observation Point obtained PATTERNS FOR CURVED PATTERNS FOR PLEXIGLAS PATTERNS FOR SOURCE PATTERNS FOR SPHERES phase deviation PLEXIGLAS SPHERE Point in Region point source radiated power RADIATION PATTERNS radiation resistance Region I oo resonance scattering coefficients shown in Fig sidelobes sin0 small sphere source in free Source in Region source located inside sphere surface SPHERES WITH VARIOUS spherical coordinate system various dielectric constants VARIOUS LOSS TANGENTS waveguide x-y plane