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Major developments in our understanding of electric antennas in space plasmas
2011 XXXth URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symposium
Salient ideas in the history of the science of dipoles as an important part of space radio science are presented. From the onset of the space age, the study of spontaneous radio emissions in geospace has required accurate measurements of wave electric fields. This presentation starts with the work done early in the space age on distributed dipole behavior in cold magnetoplasmas. Evidence of the effects of hot-plasma wave modes and of the response of space plasma excited by active antennas leddoi:10.1109/ursigass.2011.6051186 fatcat:aehqrurqwbbw5khl77ph2pphda