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, waveguides, 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.
The first book on the subject to tackle the impact of electromagnetics on wireless applications:
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Explore the electromagnetic principles at work in today’s wireless systems
Without electromagnetics, the explosive growth of today’s cutting-edge wireless systems would simply not be possible. In fact, the circuits, antennas, and signal transmission in wireless systems all depend on electromagnetic principles. That’s why engineers with a background in electromagnetics are in high demand.
Stuart Wentworth’s Fundamentals of Electromagnetics with Engineering Applications will help you develop a solid foundation in this exciting field. The text eases you into electromagnetics and vector algebra, beginning with electrostatic fields. Once you’ve mastered these fundamentals, you’ll move on to such topics as magnetostatic fields, Maxwell’s equations, and plane wave propagation. Finally, you’ll have the opportunity to explore such fascinating applications as transmission lines, antennas, waveguide, electromagnetic interference, and microwave engineering.
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This text includes access to EMAG Solutions by JustAsk! EMAG Solutions walks you step-by-step through marked problems in your text. In addition, interactive simulations help you visualize electromagnetic theory in a way that is not possible on the printed page. Go to www.wiley.com/college/wentworth for more information.
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