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533 ECE Assigned: Lecture Due: Lecture Since partial credit is awarded, show all work. Please be neat and clear. Use a separate sheet per problem. Problem 1. (20 Points) Show that the exact power radiated by a center-fed dipole of arbitrary length L with a sinusoidal current distribution of Im sin[k((L/2) - |z|)] is Prad = |Im |2 sin(kL) + ln(kL) - Ci (kL) + [Si (2kL) - 2Si (kL)] 4 2 + cos(kL) + ln 2 kL 2 +...

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533 ECE Assigned: Lecture Due: Lecture Since partial credit is awarded, show all work. Please be neat and clear. Use a separate sheet per problem. Problem 1. (20 Points) Show that the exact power radiated by a center-fed dipole of arbitrary length L with a sinusoidal current distribution of Im sin[k((L/2) - |z|)] is Prad = |Im |2 sin(kL) + ln(kL) - Ci (kL) + [Si (2kL) - 2Si (kL)] 4 2 + cos(kL) + ln 2 kL 2 + Ci (2kL) - 2Ci (kL) Here Ci and Si are the cosine and sine integrals, respectively; is Euler's number. Consult a mathematical handbook for more information. is What the expression for the peak directivity? Problem 2. (10 Points) Using WoodwardLawson sampling methods, deduce the current distribution that will realize the following power pattern function: F () = csc2 for 45 < < 135 degrees. Outside of the range 45 < < 135 the pattern is unspecified. Plot the pattern as a fun...

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