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16. 12 Capture Area and Aperture Efficiency The physical aperture A v of an antenna is defined as the physical cross-sectional area of its aperture.
This physical interpretation of the far-zone field integrals can frequently provide useful insights into the radiation characteristics of a particular structure. The fields of Eqs. 61-16) Either of Eqs. 61-16) is a vector formulation of the "radiation condition" which requires that at great distances (1) the fields are diverging spherical waves, and (2) E(P) and H(P) are perpendicular to a# and to one another. These radiation conditions are explicitly assumed in the derivation of the original vector diffraction integrals, Eqs.