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Antennas + beam solid angle calculation

by JamesGoh
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Jan30-09, 03:58 AM
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Im aware that determining the beam solid angle involves integrating the normalised power pattern over a sphere using the azimuth and polar angle values as integral limits.

Out of curiosity, how come we integrate the power pattern and not the e-field pattern ? Is this because the normalised power pattern calculates power per unit area ?
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