Electromagnetics for engineers: with applications to digital systems and electromagnetic interference

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John Wiley & Sons, 2004 - Science - 403 pages
This book covers the basic electromagnetic principles and laws from the standpoint of engineering applications, focusing on time-varying fields. Numerous applications of the principles and law are given for engineering applications that are primarily drawn from digital system design and electromagnetic interference (Electromagnetic Compatibility or EMC). Clock speeds of digital systems are increasingly in the GHz range as are frequencies used in modern analog communication systems. This increasing frequency content demands that more electrical engineers understand these fundamental electromagnetic principles and laws in order to design high speed and high frequency systems that will successfully operate.

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Clayton R. Paul is the author of several textbooks on electrical engineering subjects. He has also published his research in numerous technical papers, symposium proceedings, and technical reports, the majority  of which are in his primary research area of electromagnetic compatibility of electronic systems. He is the author of the best-selling text in this field, Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility, also published by Wiley. Clayton R. Paul is the Sam Nunn Eminent Professor at Mercer University, as well as Emeritus Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Kentucky.

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