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Fundamentals of Electromagnetics with E...

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Stuart M. Wentworth

Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated

ISBN: 9780470105757

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With the rapid growth of wireless technologies, more and more people are trying to gain a better understanding of electromagnetics. After all, electromagnetic fields have a direct impact on reception in all wireless applications. This text explores electromagnetics, presenting practical applications for wireless systems, transmission lines, waveguide, antennas, electromagnetic interference, and microwave engineering. It is designed for use in a one or two-semester electromagnetics sequence for electrical engineering students at the junior and senior level.

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Given: The coordinates of point P is (4,2,1) . Vector APQ is 2ax+4ay+6az . Calculation: The point Q...Given: The field A is 2ax−3ay+4az . The field B is 5ay−1az . Concept used: Write the expression for...Given: The permittivity of polystyrene is 2.56 and its conductivity is 10−17 . Concept used: The...Given: The Maxwell’s equations are simple and the media is free of any charge. Concept used: The...Given: The radius a of inner conductor is 0.47 mm and the outer conductor has inner radius b of...Given: The dimensions of the waveguide are a=4.3 in and b=2.15 in . Concept used: The cutoff...Given: The time harmonic magnetic field Hs is −Isrcos2θ aθ and the phasor driving current Is is...Given: The length of a AWG20 copper wire is 2 cm . Concept used: The expression for DC resistance is...Given: The load impedance is 10−j35 Ω and the characteristic impedance of transmission line is 50 Ω...

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