# The electromagnetic radiation whose decay violates the inverse-square law: detailed mathematical treatment of an experimentally realized example

@inproceedings{Ardavan2019TheER, title={The electromagnetic radiation whose decay violates the inverse-square law: detailed mathematical treatment of an experimentally realized example}, author={Houshang Ardavan}, year={2019} }

I analyse and numerically evaluate the radiation field generated by an experimentally realized embodiment of an electric polarization current whose rotating distribution pattern moves with linear speeds exceeding the speed of light in vacuum. I find that the flux density of the resulting emission (i) has a dominant value and is linearly polarized within a sharply delineated radiation beam whose orientation and polar width are determined by the range of values of the linear speeds of the… CONTINUE READING

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