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Electromagnetic field theory for physicists and engineers: Fundamentals and Applications

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Electromagnetic field theory for physicists and engineers: Fundamentals and Applications
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Publisher: Universidad de Granada
Number of pages: 133

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Contents: Electromagnetic field fundamentals; Fields created by a source distribution: retarded potentials; Electromagnetic waves; Reflection and refraction of plane waves; Electromagnetic wave-guiding structures: Waveguides and transmission lines; Some types of waveguides and transmission lines.

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