regarding near and far fields in antennas

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  1. elisettynarendra

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    There is no well-defined distance at which the near field ends and the far field begins. However, from a practical standpoint, if you see a change of impedance of an antenna element due to the presence of a second element, they are within the near field. Generally, this means they are close enough to measure mutual inductance.

    Eric
     
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