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  • Boris Levin
  • 2015
The article tells about the contribution of Vainstein's theorem in the development of electromagnetic theory. In accordance with this theorem the total power of electromagnetic field consists of active and oscillating components. The first magnitude is the active part of the power flow, equal to its average value. The second magnitude is the oscillating(More)
  • B. M. Levin
  • 2014
Antennas with rotational symmetry - flat and volume self-complementary antennas, consisting of several metallic and slot radiators of identical shapes and dimensions, are considered. Methods of calculating mutual capacitances between individual radiators or groups of radiators, based on conformal transformations and reduction of three-dimensional problems(More)
  • B. M. Levin
  • 2014
Variants of volume self-complementary antennas (conic, parabolic et al.) are considered. Method of their analysis is described. Electrical characteristics depending on frequency are calculated and measured in models. Properties of different volume antennas are compared with each other and with properties of flat self-complementary antennas. It is shown that(More)
Expansion of Standard Model for the quantitative description of the or-thopositronium lifetime anomalies (from QED to supersymmetric QED/SQED) allows to formulate experimental tests of supervision of additional realization of the supersymmetry in final state of the positron beta-decay of the nuclei such as 22 Na, 68 Ga (∆J π = 1 +). The expermentum crucis(More)
  • Boris Levin
  • 2016
The analytical expressions are obtained, and the method of calculating directional patterns of thin antennas with large dimensions was proposed. Directivity of dipoles, V-dipoles and in-phase radiators of similar types were calculated. The importance of accounting the magnitude PF for the estimate of a communication range was demonstrated.
  • Boris Levin
  • 2015
The article tells about the contribution of Vainstein's theorem in the development of electromagnetic theory. In accordance with this theorem the total power of electromagnetic field consists of active and oscillating components. An example of a problem, which is solved by means of this theorem, - resistance of losses in an earth and grounding - is(More)