Introduction to Electromagnetic and Microwave Engineering

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An authoritative presentation of electromagnetic and microwave engineering
Introduction to Electromagnetic and Microwave Engineering is a comprehensive text/reference suitable for all electrical engineering students. The text functions as both a complete two-semester course and a useful update for practicing engineers. It begins with a presentation of the foundations of electromagnetic theory appropriate for sophomore- and junior-level students, emphasizing vector mathematics, Maxwells equations, and statics. From there, the book moves on to introduce microwave engineering and its applications, including magnetostatics, transmission lines, reflection and transmission at plane boundaries, and two- and three-dimensional waveguides —topics seldom treated in senior-level texts and particularly relevant to communications, radar, and warfare systems.

Based on undergraduate and graduate courses at the City College of New York, this clear and detailed textbook:

Provides a comprehensive grounding in electromagnetic theory and microwave engineering
Uses MathCad and finite-element methods to present computational electromagnetics
Contains tutorials on MathCad and PSpice in the appendix to aid instructors
Presents illustrative examples, discusses design problems, and emphasizes the use of simulation software throughout the text
Includes 300 homework assignments to elucidate the material covered
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Table Of Contents:

Vector Mathematics I. Electromagnetic Field Definitions.
Maxwells Integral Equations.
Vector Mathematics II and Maxwells Equations.
Electrostatics.
Steady Currents.
Magnetostatics.
Transmission Lines.
The Terminated Transmission Line.
Reflection and Transmission at Plane Boundaries and Two-Dimensional Waveguides.
Three-Dimensional Waveguides and Resonators.
Microwave Networks.
Radiation and Antennas.
Appendices.
Index.