Why is an antenna needed to emit electromagnetic waves?

An antenna is an oscillatory circuit consisting of a coil and two rods attached to opposite ends of the coil. These rods can be represented as plates of expanded condensate. The oscillatory circuit of the antenna is tuned into resonance with the circuit of the generator, and forced electrical oscillations are excited in it.

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