## Electromagnetic Wave TheoryA first year graduate text on electromagnetic field theory emphasizing mathematical approaches, problem solving and physical interpretation. Examples deal with guidance propagation, radiation, and scattering of electromagnetic waves; metallic and dielectric wave guides, resonators, antennas and radiating structures, Cerenkov radiation, moving media, plasmas, crystals, integrated optics, lasers and fibers, remote sensing, geophysical probing, dipole antennas and stratified media. |

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FUNDAMENTAL EQUATIONS | 1 |

PROPAGATION IN HOMOGENEOUS | 43 |

Chapter in REFLECTION TRANSMISSION | 103 |

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