Ok so I understand that an antenna whether it is a electromagnet or a piece of long wire has two effects associated with it. Those two effect are the Near-Field and the Far-Field. The Near-Field is the reactive component, it is responsible for things like inductors, transformers, Electromagnets causing a force on something etc, basically in like a transformer, any energy induced into the secondary causes a decrease in the magnetic flux because the secondary opposes the primarys flux thus decreasing the flux in the core which causes the primary to pull more power, it is reactive. The Far-field is the actual EMR (electromagnetic radiation) it is self reinforcing and any EMR absorbed by say an antenna does not cause a increase in power pull on the transmitter. So just as the title says, How does the near field become the far-field? Like what actually is happening in the transition zone between the two?