RADIATED POWER

The electric and magnetic field components are obtained from the wave
function
by taking the partial derivatives
listed in the tables in Section II.C. With their help we shall now
find the Poynting vector component along the -direction, namely

Its space integral,

is the total radiated momentum (=radiant energy flow) into the -direction. It is positive (resp. negative) whenever the source is confined to Rindler sector (resp. ). Furthermore, the -momentum is independent of the synchronous time because is a cyclic coordinate. This -momentum measures the energy radiated by the two accelerated sources, and it takes the place of what in a static inertial reference frame is the emitted energy.

Both the T.E. and the T.M. field have the same Poynting vector
component along the -direction. More precisely, reference to
the table of T.E. and the T.M. field components (Section II) shows that
in Rindler sector this Poynting object is

The only difference lies in the source and hence in the amplitude and phase of in . Comparing the ensuing Eq.(60) with Eq.(63), one sees that T.E. and T.M. polarized radiation are caused by the densities of magnetic and electric dipole moment respectively.

- Axially Symmetric Source and Field
- Flow of Radiant T.E. Field Energy
- Flow of Radiant T.M. Field Energy