By Michael Halliwell, Peter N.T. Wells
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A projection of interest, is that of the spatial extent of the time-zero pulse onto the (x,z) plane, with denoting the two-dimensional Fourier transform. Clearly, the projection of the field, P(x,z) is related to the value of the directivity spectrum in the plane by Fourier transformation. At some later time, when the pulse will have propagated some distance, L, into the ideal medium, the associated projection is given by Thus, provided the appropriate values of the directivity spectrum (known via Equation (6) from the time-zero pulse) are modified by a shift factor, as indicated in Equation (7), then the (two-dimensional) projection of the pulse may be recovered at some later time, when it it is located at distance L into the medium.