Fields and waves in communication electronics
This comprehensive revision begins with a review of static electric and magnetic fields, providing a wealth of results useful for static and time-dependent fields problems in which the size of the device is small compared with a wavelength. Some of the static results such as inductance of transmission lines calculations can be used for microwave frequencies. Familiarity with vector operations, including divergence and curl, are developed in context in the chapters on statics. Packed with useful derivations and applications.
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OSCILLATION AND WAVE FUNDAMENTALS I
Use of Complex Exponentials
Transmission Lines as Examples of Wave Systems
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