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For propagation in the Àz direction, the location of the virtual source is at x ¼ 0, y ¼ 0, and jzj ¼ ia or z ¼ Àia. The location of the virtual source is different for the two opposite directions of propagation. It should also pﬃﬃﬃ be noted that the Rayleigh distance a is usually very large compared to the waist size 2s0 of the beam at the input. Deschamps treated only the scalar field. The treatment can be extended to the vector fields. In general, the electromagnetic fields can be determined in terms of a single component of the magnetic vector potential and a single component of the electric vector potential, both in the same direction.
There is a resonance in the sense that Pim ¼ 0 for kw0 ¼ 1. In Fig. 3, Pim is shown as a function of the wave parameter kw0 for 0:5 < kw0 < 3:5. The reactive power Pim starts with a positive value, decreases and reaches 0 for kw0 ¼ 1, decreases further and reaches a minimum value for kw0 % 1:55, and then increases and approaches 0 as kw0 is increased. The paraxial approximation corresponds to kw0 ! 1. The reactive power does approach the limiting value of 0 of the paraxial beam as kw0 is increased.
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