High-frequency Electrodynamics

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Wiley, Aug 30, 2006 - Science - 329 pages
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This first book to develop the theoretical basics from the concept of guided wave optics is all set to become a standard in fundamental concepts of electromagnetic waves within the field of telecommunications.
  • Maxwell equations
  • Plane waves
  • Closed waveguides
  • Closed Resonators
  • Open Lines
  • Backgrounds of Antenna Theory
  • Diffraction on Metallic and Dielectric Objects
  • Complementary References

With its chapters on high frequency waveguides this book is aimed at both scientists and professionals in electrical engineering and telecommunications.

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Boris Z. Katsenelenbaum studied at the Moscow State University and received a professor diploma in 1965. Since 1954 he has held numerous positions at the URSS Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics/Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow), the latest that of Chief Scientist. He was also a Professor at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (1962-1985). Professor Katsenelenbaum has written about 150 articles and six books on various problems on high frequency electrodynamics and the diffraction theory. Since 1998 he has been living in Nahariya, Israel.

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