High-frequency Electrodynamics

High-frequency Electrodynamics

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This first book to develop the theoretical basics from the concept of guided wave optics is all set to become a standard in fundamental concepts of electromagnetic waves within the field of telecommunications. Maxwell equations Plane waves Closed waveguides Closed Resonators Open Lines Backgrounds of Antenna Theory Diffraction on Metallic and Dielectric Objects Complementary References With its chapters on high frequency waveguides this book is aimed at both scientists and professionals in electrical engineering and telecommunications.For the cutoff frequency of the magnetic mode TEmq (Hmq) we have kcutmq = I¼mq /a, and for the electric mode TMmq (Emq), kcutmq = I½mq/a. Among all modes of circular waveguide, the TE11-mode has the largest value of the cutoffanbsp;...

Title:High-frequency Electrodynamics
Author:Boris Z. Katsenelenbaum
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2006-08-21


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