A radio antenna creates EM waves through switching the polarization in the antenna at a certain frequency. I assume the the energy of the photons produced in this process amount to E=hf for each photon. So good so far, but classically, i read that the EM field is an oscillation of the electric field between positive and negative values, as would seem reasonable from what the antenna is doing. If individual photons simply have a single positive energy relating to the frequency of the wave, how is this positive-negative oscillation represented in that stream of photons?
I guess to put it simply, how is a changing electric field represented in a stream of photons in general, and from a radio antenna specifically?