Compute the gain and directivity of the antenna, Macroeconomics

An antenna in free-space driven by current Io radiates far-field E as:

for 0 ≤ Φ ≤ π, here C = constant

= 0 everywhere else

a) Compute the power density,

b) Compute the total radiated power,

c) Compute the gain and directivity (D) of the antenna

 

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