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S. (1993). A dyadic Green’s function representation in electrically gyrotropic ¨ Vol. 47, No. 3, 125-130. N. P. S. V. I. N. V. Luikov Heat and Mass Transfer Institute of the National Academy of Science, Minsk, 2 Scientific-Engineering Enterprise “Polimag”, Minsk, 3National Research Nuclear University "MEPhI", Moscow, 4Thermal Physics Institute, Novosibirsk, 5Belarusian State University, Minsk, 1,2,5Republic of Belarus 3,4Russian Federation 1. Introduction Let us consider the interface S between two media having different electrophysical properties.
89) It should be noted that ψ2 and ψ2m are similar for magnetic and dielectric crystals. 2 Radiation patterns of Hertzian radiator in magnetically anisotropic media On the basis of the results obtained above, we consider now numerical results for the radiation of the electric dipole. The dipole moment of point electric dipole is given by p , Eqn. (52). It corresponds to the current density deﬁned by means of the Dirac delta-function (53). The expression of the electromagnetic ﬁeld for electric radiator will take the following form as for isotropic medium, when the direction of the dipole moment is parallel to the axis z (p = p0 ) (Fig.
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