Time-harmonic Electromagnetic Fields

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McGraw-Hill, 1961 - Science - 480 pages
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ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS

Contents

Fundamental Concepts
13
Some Theorems and Concepts
95
Plane Wave Functions
143
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Roger F. Harrington is professor emeritus of electrical engineering and computer science at Syracuse University..He is also visiting professor at the University of Arizona. He was awarded the Van der Pol Medal from URSI in 1996, the Jubilee Tesla Medal from the Nicola Tesla Society, Yugoslavia, in l998, and the IEEE Electromagnetics Award in 2000.

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