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Radiation Pattern of a Dipole Antenna with Arbitrary Orientation
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Thomson Problem Solutions
Radio Propagation and Multipath with Diversity Antennas
DC and AC Josephson Effects
Electromagnetic Wave Scattering by Conducting Sphere
Cylindrical Cavity Resonator
Electric Fields for Pairs of Cylinders or Spheres
Light Propagation at Soft Interface
Coulomb's Law for Three Point Charges
Repulsionhedra and the Thomson Problem
Magnetic Field of a Cylindrical Bar Magnet
Polarized Polariton Fields on the Poincaré Sphere
Weissenberg Effect in Ferrofluids
Electromagnetic Fields in Wireless Power Transmission
Gaussian Laser Modes
Initial Force on a Mobile Charge in Field of Fixed-Point Charges
Electric Field Lines Due to a Collection of Point Charges
Maxwell-Bloch Equations for a Laser
Relativistic Particles in Electric and Magnetic Fields
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