This book includes - how electromagnetic concepts are important to modern electrical engineering applications; more examples and problems than competing books; footnotes and biographies; an intuitive and progressive approach; vovers topics in order of increasing complexity; emphasis on physical understanding and clarity - without sacrificing rigor and completeness; detailed examples, selected application examples, abundant illustrations, and numerous end-of-chapter problems emphasizing practical applications; historical notes, abbreviated biographies, and hundreds of footnotes.
Maxwells Equations and Electromagnetic Waves l
Waves in an Unbounded Medium
Reflection Transmission and Refraction
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