I've been trying to figure out how an inductor is different from an antenna. It's obvious that the inductor has more inductance than an antenna would, but let me try to explain it from my point of view. My current research project for school (lasting this year and into my senior year) is on the topic of resonant magnetic induction (like the MIT experiment). So back to my question, the inductors that I am trying to make will both create this changing magnetic field as well as a radiating EM waves. But I want to know how does the inductor differ from an antenna and what matters in figuring out equations for power transfer specifically? (such as impedance matching, Q factor, frequency, mutual inductance, size of the coils...those are just some that I thought of) I'm not an expert like many of you are on the forum so any help would be FANTASTIC.