## The Plane Wave Spectrum Representation of Electromagnetic Fields |

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With A = (Ax, Ay, Az) the remaining condition (2.15) now reads Ax

sinh /3 = 0 , (2.20) which implies that A = (za sinh ft a

and fe are arbitrary complex parameters. Substitution from (2.19) and (2.21) into ...

With A = (Ax, Ay, Az) the remaining condition (2.15) now reads Ax

**cosh**j3 - iAysinh /3 = 0 , (2.20) which implies that A = (za sinh ft a

**cosh**ft 6) , (2.21) where aand fe are arbitrary complex parameters. Substitution from (2.19) and (2.21) into ...

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achieved by expressing sin ft in the numerator as the sum of functions even in n

— ft and ft, respectively, through the formula n sin ft = (n -ft) sin ft + ft sin ft. (6.77)

For in ...

**cosh**. y. dy ' sin ft + i sinh y * cosh2 y — cos2 ft ' (6.76) the objective can beachieved by expressing sin ft in the numerator as the sum of functions even in n

— ft and ft, respectively, through the formula n sin ft = (n -ft) sin ft + ft sin ft. (6.77)

For in ...

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If cos ft is real and greater than — 1, /L2(cos ft, y)/2 =

result follows by inspection of (6.85) for — 1 < cos ft < I (0 < ft < n) or of (6.86) for

cos ft > coshy(/S = -ift',ft' > y);and there can be no discontinuity at cos ft = 1 (ft = 0)

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If cos ft is real and greater than — 1, /L2(cos ft, y)/2 =

**cosh**y + cos ft . (6.87) Thisresult follows by inspection of (6.85) for — 1 < cos ft < I (0 < ft < n) or of (6.86) for

cos ft > coshy(/S = -ift',ft' > y);and there can be no discontinuity at cos ft = 1 (ft = 0)

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### Contents

PRELIMINARIES | 3 |

PLANE WAVE REPRESENTATION | 11 |

SUPPLEMENTARY THEORY | 39 |

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