Field and Wave Electromagnetics
Respected for its accuracy, its smooth and logical flow of ideas, and its clear presentation, "Field and Wave Electromagnetics" has become an established textbook in the field of electromagnetics. This book builds the electromagnetic model using an axiomatic approach in steps: first for static electric fields, then for static magnetic fields, and finally for time-varying fields leading to Maxwell's equations. This approach results in an organized and systematic development of the subject matter. Applications of derived relations to fundamental phenomena and electromagnetic technologies are explained.
Field and Wave Electromagnetics, Second Edition features many examples of practical applications to give students an excellent physical -- as well as mathematical -- understanding of important concepts. These include applications drawn from important new areas of technology such as optical fibers, radome design, satellite communication, and microstrip lines. There is also added coverage of several new topics, including Hall effect, radar equation and scattering cross section, transients in transmission lines, waveguides and circular cavity resonators, wave propagation in the ionosphere, and helical antennas. New exercises, new problems, and many worked-out examples make this complex material more accessible to students.
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Review: Field and Wave ElectromagneticsUser Review - Chaitanya - Goodreads
A very precise book for electromagnetics. I found reading this book really fun. In a concise way it encapsulates the EM principles for an electrical engineering student. This book fills the void ... Read full review
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Excellent book to get all about waves: propagation, reflection, stubs, smith diagram, TM, TE, TEM waves, waves guides calculation, electric and magnetic fields and so on. Start with basic concept ... Read full review
The Electromagnetic Model
Static Electric Fields
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