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Electromagnetic fields equations of elementary dipoles

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Andariel

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Greetings!

I'm looking for formulas to calculate electric and magnetic fields emitted by electric and magnetic elementary dipoles in a definite point. Can you please guide me?

I need to calculate the fields in a point M(x0,y0,z0) from :
1/An elementary electric dipole located in a point Md(Xed,Yed,Zed)
2/An elementary magnetic dipole located in a point Ed(Xmd,Ymd,Zmd)

I would be grateful for any kind of help. Thanks very much.
 
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I found those equations for the electric dipole on the time domain (which is what I'm looking for actually) so far :






Are these formula adequate? Would I be able to calculate the fields using them?

Please any response would greatly help. It takes just a "yes" or a "no" and i don't think that what I'm asking for is difficult. Thanks very much.
 

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