## Electromagnetic Wave TheoryThis is a 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 | 45 |

REFLECTION TRANSMISSION | 109 |

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