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The space and time behavior of the magnetic field external to a system of moving pulsed finite conductivity conductors is determined. The moving conductor system is comprised of a continuous solid conductor in close proximity to a spatially periodic stationary conductor system that provides the source current. The relationship of the external magnetic field to time dependent image theory is critically examined. A numerical example predicts the magnitude and frequency of the magnetic field as a function of distance from the stationary conductor. Applications are discussed.