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electric field

The region in space in which the attractive or repulsive effects of a given electric charge have an effect.
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The radiated, broadside E-field for the time between turning on of a center, impulsive excitation and the first end reflection of the outgoing current and charge pulses for various wire lengths is plotted in Figure 6.
Caption: Figure 4: Cross-sectional E-field mutual coupling between two adjacent SIWs at 10.0 GHz in four cases: (a) case 1: without WAIM, (b) case 2: with the ELC2 metasurface slab, (c) case 3: with a metal slab (MS), and (d) case 4: with the ELC metasurface slab.
The aim of the study was to evaluate correlations between the biophysical effects of EMR exposure in the human body, represented by LIC, and (1) the parameters of heterogeneous E-field affecting humans and (2) the anthropometric properties of the human body, with respect to improvement of the protocol of environmental electromagnetic hazards evaluation.
where [[vector].[E.sub.0]] denotes the E-field at a reference point [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] represent the reflection and transmission coefficient dyads along the whole path, respectively.
For the oriented nanocomposites with the maximum conductivity direction (LD) placed perpendicular to the E-field (90[degrees]), relative attenuation of about 1.5 [+ or -] 0.6 dB and 5.3 [+ or -] 1.3 dB was measured for the PR-19 HT and MWNT HT-oriented nanocomposites, respectively (100 MHz to 2.5 GHz).
It is a well-known fact that the coaxial transmission line supports a transverse electromagnetic mode, with E-field lines perpendicular to the central conductor spanning to the surrounding ground plane, whereas the H-field lines are solenoidal, closing around the central conductor strip.
Figures 4.A to 4.C and 5.A to 5.C show the results of E-field strength for PIFA and Dipole antenna respectively.
The iterative model applied in this paper is similar to the one presented in [12], where authors considered near E-field monitors in front of each radiating element.
The maximum E-field of the wire antenna model at a distance of 3 m is simulated and compared with the one from the original configuration.
This structure focuses the E-field along one plane in order to illuminate the width of the array and provides a broad beam along the orthogonal plane to illuminate the length of the array.