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Introduction to Electromagnetic and Microwave Engineering

by Paul R. Karmel, Gabriel D. Colef, Raymond L. Camisa

Part of the Wiley Series in Microwave and Optical Engineering Series

Introduction to Electromagnetic and Microwave Engineering Synopsis

Filled with illustrations, examples and approximately 300 homework problems, this accessible and informative text provides an extensive treatment of electromagnetism and microwave engineering with particular emphasis on microwave and telecommunications applications. Also stresses computational electromagnetics through the use of MathCad and finite element methods to elucidate design problems, analysis and applications. Tutorials on the use of MathCad and PSpice are included. An accessible textbook for students and valuable reference for engineers already in the field.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780471177814
Publication date: 16th January 1998
Author: Paul R. Karmel, Gabriel D. Colef, Raymond L. Camisa
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 720 pages
Categories: Microwave technology, Communications engineering / telecommunications,

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