Detection Estimation and Modulation Theory, Part I: by Harry L. Van Trees

By Harry L. Van Trees

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20 Semi-lnfinite Slab B and H are related by the constitutive equation B = lzH. 116) Basic Principles of Electromagnetic Fields 41 This is a second-order homogeneous differential equation with constant coefficients. 116). 121) so From a physical standpoint C l must be zero. Otherwise, the first term would go to infinity as x approached infinity. 122) CHAPTER 42 1 Thus B is the product of two exponential terms. The first term indicates that the magnitude of the flux density is decreasing exponentially with x.

For all paths in the total scalar region /~- d e = 0. This is because of the break in the magnetic circuit where we apply the reduced potential formulation. 22 we have a continuous magnetic circuit with total scalar potential, but because this circuit is not linking the current we can apply the total scalar potential formulation. 23 we are not able to apply the mixed formulation because there is a path in the scalar potential region that links the current. There is a convenient loophole that may sometimes prove useful.

44), we have Laplace's equation. The Uniqueness Theorem If we have a set of conductors and specify either the potential or the total charge on each of these, we have completely specified the problem. Any solution to Laplace's equation that satisfies the boundary conditions is the unique solution. 10. Let q~z be a solution to Laplace's equation. We now expand V-~1VO! because by hypothesis V2~bl the divergence theorem, fo V . 45) 0. Integrating both sides over a volume f2 and using ~1Vq~! 10 1 Laplace's Equation with Conducting Boundaries If we let the radius of the surface enclosing the volume go to infinity, the surface integral term must vanish.

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