I think the visualization would be a plane wave propagating radially in the y-z plane with the amplitude in the x-direction. This would be the case, if x-hat was actually a unit vector in the X-direction. In that visualization the amplitude would tend to 0 as y and z get large. I can't say for sure without doing a 3D image of the actual function, which I am unable to do at the moment. You also didn't mention the reference point for the angle θ.Hello Papabravo,How do i imagine this rotation aith X polarization?
I am looking for vialization,is there some thing you can help me with?
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