Theory Of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation

Author: Charles Herach Papas
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048614514X
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Clear, coherent work for graduate-level study discusses the Maxwell field equations, radiation from wire antennas, wave aspects of radio-astronomical antenna theory, the Doppler effect, and more.

An Introduction To Electromagnetic Wave Propagation And Antennas

Author: Shane Cloude
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781857282412
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This text should serve as an introduction to the application of electromagnetics EM, following an initial course in basic EM theory. A particular feature of the book is that it examines time domain rather than frequency domain methods in depth.; This book is intended for advanced undergraduate and graduates in electrical and electronic engineering. Research and practitioners in electromagnetics in electrical and electronic engineering and physics.

Electromagnetic Wave Propagation Radiation And Scattering

Author: Akira Ishimaru
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118098811
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One of the most methodical treatments of electromagnetic wave propagation, radiation, and scattering—including new applications and ideas Presented in two parts, this book takes an analytical approach on the subject and emphasizes new ideas and applications used today. Part one covers fundamentals of electromagnetic wave propagation, radiation, and scattering. It provides ample end-of-chapter problems and offers a 90-page solution manual to help readers check and comprehend their work. The second part of the book explores up-to-date applications of electromagnetic waves—including radiometry, geophysical remote sensing and imaging, and biomedical and signal processing applications. Written by a world renowned authority in the field of electromagnetic research, this new edition of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, Radiation, and Scattering: From Fundamentals to Applications presents detailed applications with useful appendices, including mathematical formulas, Airy function, Abel’s equation, Hilbert transform, and Riemann surfaces. The book also features newly revised material that focuses on the following topics: Statistical wave theories—which have been extensively applied to topics such as geophysical remote sensing, bio-electromagnetics, bio-optics, and bio-ultrasound imaging Integration of several distinct yet related disciplines, such as statistical wave theories, communications, signal processing, and time reversal imaging New phenomena of multiple scattering, such as coherent scattering and memory effects Multiphysics applications that combine theories for different physical phenomena, such as seismic coda waves, stochastic wave theory, heat diffusion, and temperature rise in biological and other media Metamaterials and solitons in optical fibers, nonlinear phenomena, and porous media Primarily a textbook for graduate courses in electrical engineering, Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, Radiation, and Scattering is also ideal for graduate students in bioengineering, geophysics, ocean engineering, and geophysical remote sensing. The book is also a useful reference for engineers and scientists working in fields such as geophysical remote sensing, bio–medical engineering in optics and ultrasound, and new materials and integration with signal processing.

Electromagnetic Theory And Wave Propagation

Author: S. N. Ghosh
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849324307
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Although the fundamental concepts of Maxwell remain for the most part unchanged since their inception, electromagnetic theory has continued to evolve, extending, most significantly, to shorter and shorter wavelengths. This has revealed many of nature's mysteries. And led to a myriad of applications that have literally changed our world. The second edition of Electromagnetic Theory and Wave Propagation begins by presenting the basic concepts of electromagnetic theory, then explores the field's extended areas primarily discovered after World War II. The author elaborates on the work of pioneer investigators, particularly with respect to the identity of light and electromagnetic waves and then derives the fundamental laws of optics from electromagnetic considerations. He has also added several new topics including meteor astronomy, remote sensing and, most notably, discussions on relativistic electrodynamics.

Methods In Electromagnetic Wave Propagation Theory And Guided Waves

Author: Douglas Samuel Jones
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
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The aim of these two volumes is to develop a framework of theory and numerical analysis that can be applied to solving numerous problems associated with the propagation of electromagnetic waves. Volume I is devoted to the theoretical background and the topic of guided waves. It includes numerical techniques, with particular emphasis on variational methods, integral equations, and finite elements. Volume II concentrates on radiating waves, produced both by transmitters and by scattering from irradiated targets. The geometric theory of diffraction receives an extensive review and the final chapter investigates inverse scattering.

Electromagnetic Field Theory And Wave Propagation

Author: Uma Mukherji
Publisher: Alpha Science International Limited
ISBN: 9781842652732
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Electromagnetic Field Theory and Wave Propagation presents the basic concepts, which fulfills the needs of Engineering and Science Students. Profusely Illustrated with explanations, it adopts a graded step-by-step approach for practical problems with d.

Electromagnetic Wave Theory

Author: J. C. Brown
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483185915
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International Series of Monographs in Electromagnetic Waves, Volume 11: Electromagnetic Wave Theory, Part 1 covers the proceedings of an International Scientific Radio Union (U.R.S.I.) Symposium on Electromagnetic Wave Theory. The book contains 61 chapters that are organized into three sections. The first section presents papers about wave propagation, which includes lateral waves; terrestrial waveguides; and plane waves in dissipative media. Next, the title reviews studies about wave guides, including basic properties of periodic waveguides; theoretical investigation of non-uniform waveguides; and waves in a coaxial line partially filled with plasma. The last section covers topics about surface waves, such as a dielectric prism in the corner of overmoded waveguide; lasers and optical communication systems; and microwave and laser resonators. The text will be of great use to researchers and practitioners of disciplines that study or utilize electromagnetic wave technologies, such as electrotechnics and electrical engineering.


Author: Tamer Becherrawy
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118587774
Size: 33.97 MB
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This book deals with electromagnetic theory and its applications at the level of a senior-level undergraduate course for science and engineering. The basic concepts and mathematical analysis are clearly developed and the important applications are analyzed. Each chapter contains numerous problems ranging in difficulty from simple applications to challenging. The answers for the problems are given at the end of the book. Some chapters which open doors to more advanced topics, such as wave theory, special relativity, emission of radiation by charges and antennas, are included. The material of this book allows flexibility in the choice of the topics covered. Knowledge of basic calculus (vectors, differential equations and integration) and general physics is assumed. The required mathematical techniques are gradually introduced. After a detailed revision of time-independent phenomena in electrostatics and magnetism in vacuum, the electric and magnetic properties of matter are discussed. Induction, Maxwell equations and electromagnetic waves, their reflection, refraction, interference and diffraction are also studied in some detail. Four additional topics are introduced: guided waves, relativistic electrodynamics, particles in an electromagnetic field and emission of radiation. A useful appendix on mathematics, units and physical constants is included. Contents 1. Prologue. 2. Electrostatics in Vacuum. 3. Conductors and Currents. 4. Dielectrics. 5. Special Techniques and Approximation Methods. 6. Magnetic Field in Vacuum. 7. Magnetism in Matter. 8. Induction. 9. Maxwell’s Equations. 10. Electromagnetic Waves. 11. Reflection, Interference, Diffraction and Diffusion. 12. Guided Waves. 13. Special Relativity and Electrodynamics. 14. Motion of Charged Particles in an Electromagnetic Field. 15. Emission of Radiation.

Radiation And Propagation Of Electromagnetic Waves

Author: George Tyras
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 1483220516
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Radiation and Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves serves as a text in electrical engineering or electrophysics. The book discusses the electromagnetic theory; plane electromagnetic waves in homogenous isotropic and anisotropic media; and plane electromagnetic waves in inhomogenous stratified media. The text also describes the spectral representation of elementary electromagnetic sources; the field of a dipole in a stratified medium; and radiation in anisotropic plasma. The properties and the procedures of Green’s function method of solution, axial currents, as well as cylindrical boundaries are also considered. The book further tackles diffraction by cylindrical structures and apertures on cylindrical structures. Students taking electrical engineering or electrophysics will find the book useful.

The Physics And Mathematics Of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation In Cellular Wireless Communication

Author: Tapan K. Sarkar
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119393124
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An important resource that examines the physical aspects of wireless communications based on mathematical and physical evidence The Physics and Mathematics of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Cellular Wireless Communicationdescribes the electromagnetic principles for designing a cellular wireless system and includes the subtle electromagnetic principles that are often overlooked in designing such a system. This important text explores both the physics and mathematical concepts used in deploying antennas for transmission and reception of electromagnetic signals and examines how to select the proper methodology from a wide range of scenarios. In this much-needed guide, the authors—noted experts in the field—explore the principle of electromagnetics as developed through the Maxwellian principles and describe the properties of an antenna in the frequency domain. The text also includes a review of the characterization of propagation path loss in a cellular wireless environment and examines ultrawideband antennas and the mechanisms of broadband transmission of both power and information. This important resource: Includes a discussion of the shortcomings of a MIMO system from both theoretical and practical aspects Demonstrates how to deploy base station antennas with better efficiency Validates the principle and the theoretical analysis of electromagnetic propagation in cellular wireless communication Contains results of experiments that are solidly grounded in mathematics and physics Written for engineers, researchers, and educators who are or plan to work in the field, The Physics and Mathematics of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Cellular Wireless Communicationoffers an essential resource for understanding the principles underpinning wireless communications.