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With J0 ðxÞ ¼ ÀJ1 ðxÞ, we ﬁnd from Eq. (61) @ Ma ðqÞ ¼ ÀMf ðq @ r¯ and similarly 82Þ 18 ARNOLDUS @ @ Me ðqÞ ¼ sgnð¯zÞ Mf ðqÞ: @ r¯ @ z¯ ð83Þ Many other relations can be derived, especially involving higher derivatives. X. The Evanescent Part $ The evanescent part w ðqÞev of Green’s tensor is given by Eq. (51), except that the integration range is kk > ko . When expressed in auxiliary functions it becomes $ w ðqÞev ¼ 1 $ 1 ð I þ ez ez ÞMa ðqÞev þ ðef ef À er er ÞMb ðqÞev 2 2 1 1 $ þ sgnð¯zÞðer ez þ ez er ÞMc ðqÞev þ ð I À 3ez ez ÞMd ðqÞev 2 2 ð84Þ and the functions Mk ðqÞev ; k ¼ a; b; .
If more terms are included, the range gets wider, but also the computation has to be done in double precision. The series solution in Eq. (144) can be seen as an expansion near the xy-plane. On the other hand, the solution with Lommel functions, Eq. (135), could be considered an expansion near the z-axis, because for a ﬁeld point on the z-axis we need to keep one term only. In this sense, both result are complementary. In Section XVI, we derive an expansion that is truly EVANESCENT WAVES IN THE NEAR AND THE FAR FIELD 29 Figure 4.
For the derivative in the integrand of the remaining integral use (xn Jn ðxÞÞ0 ¼ xn JnÀ1 ðxÞ. For n ¼ 2, Eq. (85) can be written as 2 ev Mc ðqÞev ¼ À ðJ2 ðrÞ ¯ þ j¯zjMb ðqÞ Þ r¯ and for n ¼ 1 it becomes 87Þ EVANESCENT WAVES IN THE NEAR AND THE FAR FIELD Me ðqÞev ¼ À 1À ev Á J1 ðrÞ ¯ À j¯zjMf ðqÞ : r¯ 19 ð88Þ It is interesting to note the similarity to Eqs. (74) and (76), respectively. Because of the splitting, an additional Bessel function appears on the right-hand side. Appendix A shows that 2 Md ðqÞev ¼ Ma ðqÞev À Mb ðqÞev À Mf ðqÞev ; r¯ ð89Þ which is identical in form to Eq.