Yes, an AC current source at one frequency.
Assume we know the rms current of the source.
Off the top of my head without thinking about it too much, is the power in R just I^2R, while the power in X is zero?
Ideally... But X will always be a portion... The difference ( phase angle ) has to be added.. If you had 4 watts real power and 3 watts imaginary power you get a phase angle of 30 degrees so a apparent power of 5 watts..Off the top of my head without thinking about it too much, is the power in R just I^2R, while the power in X is zero?
Ideally... But X will always be a portion... The difference ( phase angle ) has to be added...
Suppose you have load R+jX that is fed with a Current Source.
What is the total power delivered by the current source?
What is the power in the R part of the load?
What is the power in X part of the load?
Reactive impedance never dissipates real power, so I don't understand your question.None of the power is dissipated in the reactive part of the antenna's complex feedpoint impedance?
Reactive impedance never dissipates real power, so I don't understand your question.