Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics by Constantine A. Balanis

By Constantine A. Balanis

A moment path in electromagnetics, supplying built-in, specific insurance of the classical themes, from Maxwell's equations to Green's capabilities. Covers electromagnetic boundary-value difficulties in oblong, cylindrical, and round coordinates. additionally contains machine courses for the answer of assigned difficulties.

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