Philip H. Jones, Onofrio M. Maragò & Giovanni Volpe
Fig. 3.5 — Oscillating dipole
Instantaneous fields radiated (a) in the polar and (b) in the transversel plane by an oscillating dipole pd, which is represented by the arrow in (a) and by the dot in (b). The real part of the component of the electric field parallel to the dipole is plotted. The bar represents a wavelength.