How to Calculate Maximum Power Density of Half-Wave Dipole?
Maximum Power Density of Half-Wave Dipole calculator uses Maximum Power Density = (Intrinsic Impedance of Medium*Amplitude of Oscillating Current^2)/(4*pi^2*Radial Distance From Antenna^2)*sin((((Angular Frequency of Half Wave Dipole*Time)-(pi/Length of Antenna)*Radial Distance From Antenna))*pi/180)^2 to calculate the Maximum Power Density, The Maximum Power Density of Half-Wave Dipole antenna refers to the highest power per unit area that is radiated away from the antenna and distributed in the surrounding space. It represents the concentration of electromagnetic energy in the vicinity of the antenna. Maximum Power Density is denoted by [P]_{max} symbol.
How to calculate Maximum Power Density of Half-Wave Dipole using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Maximum Power Density of Half-Wave Dipole, enter Intrinsic Impedance of Medium (η_{hwd}), Amplitude of Oscillating Current (I_{o}), Radial Distance From Antenna (r_{hwd}), Angular Frequency of Half Wave Dipole (W_{hwd}), Time (t) & Length of Antenna (L_{hwd}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Maximum Power Density of Half-Wave Dipole calculation can be explained with given input values -> 120.2588 = (377*5^2)/(4*pi^2*0.5^2)*sin((((62800000*0.001)-(pi/2)*0.5))*pi/180)^2.