Subject: How can EM radiation be concentrated on a specific section of an antenna?
Date: Fri Jan 28 01:10:01 2000
Posted by Jay Estrada
Grade level: 10-12
School: Brooklyn Technical High School
City: Brooklyn State/Province: NY
Area of science: Physics
If the lenth, width, conductivity, etc. of an antenna was known could
radio waves be directed to a specific point on the antenna by changing a
property of the wave such as frequency. If it can what are the
mathematics involved in directing it towards specific spot.
Re: How can EM radiation be concentrated on a specific section of an antenna?
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