This new physics concept, has been prepared to explain the theory of the EH Antennas and the HZ antennas. Document presented here, in layman’s terms, present a new form of radiation - 2nd Magnetic field or Hz field.
All members of CHRIS SYKES >>1 forum are encouraged to read “STRUCTURE OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (WAVES) , OF THE DYNAMIC ELECTRON (mass - charge)” by Vladimir.I.Korobejnikov.
Several years of practical operation of EH Antennas have demonstrated very unusual properties of these antennas compared to the properties of conventional Hertz antennas. In particular, experiments have proven much greater penetrating abilities (less attenuation) of signals between EH Antennas compared to those of Hertz antennas in various media including water. The full explanation as to why this has taken place is due to the unusual electromagnetic field created by the ЕН-antenna.
The mathematical explanation for this is defined by enhanced Maxwell’s equations, which are detailed in the document referenced in the first paragraph.
The outstanding feature of Vladimir’s mathematical work is the realization that the electric charge in dynamic electrons always has two components - forward and rotary. As a result, the electromagnetic field of this dynamic charge consists of two complex components: two (2) separate and distinct electromagnetic fields. The properties of these two electromagnetic fields are very different in space. Conventional Hertz antennas work on the forward progress of electric charges (current) in the conductors.
A feature of the EH Antenna is that the cylinders have some conventional forward electron progress (current) but the ROTARY movement of the electrons is dominant. This sets up a condition to create magnetic streams counter to those of the tuning coil of the EH Antenna. The magnetic field from the tuning coil penetrates the non-ferrous cylinders in phase opposition (anti-phase) to the magnetic field caused by currents in the antenna phasing coil. Figure 1 exhibits the full structure of an electromagnetic field of a dynamic electric charge. The six (6) equations presented
in Figure 1 presented bellow are a results of taking Maxwell’s first two equations (defining the electric and magnetic fields) and enhancing them by applying them in three dimensions, as compared to the planer rectilinear motion of an electron used by Maxwell.