Solutions of the electromagnetic wave equations for point dipole sources and spherical boundaries
Abstract: Solutions of the electromagnetic wave equation are derived in systems containing spherical interfaces when the source field is that of a magnetic or electric point dipole. Piecewise constant electromagnetic parameters are assumed, but their values as well as the frequency of the source field are arbitrary. The solutions are obtained in terms of scalar and vector spherical harmonics. A sphere embedded in full space with a radial or transverse source dipole is considered explicitly.
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