## Elements of engineering electromagneticsThis book, with its versatile approach, includes thorough coverage of statics with an emphasis on the dynamics of engineering electromagnetics. It integrates practical applications, numerical details, and completely covers all relevant principles.Topics include vectors and fields, Maxwell's Equations, fields and waves, electromagnetic potentials, devices, circuits, and systems, and transmission-line essentials for digital electronics. The second part of the book covers communications, guided wave principles, electronics and photonics, and radiation and antennae.A valuable resource for computer engineering and electrical engineering professionals. |

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### Contents

Vectors and Fields | 3 |

Maxwells Equations in Integral Form | 77 |

Maxwells Equations in Differential Form | 129 |

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