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It said in page 412 to 415 (3rd edition) that the total power radiated by a

dipole is proportional to k^4 (equation 9.24)

quadrupole is proportional to k^6 (equation 9.49)

But why does the linear antenna at page 412, which is a dipole, radiate at k^2 (equation 9.29)?