Engineers do not have the time to wade through rigorously theoretical books when trying to solve a problem. Beginners lack the expertise required to understand highly specialized treatments of individual topics. This is especially problematic for a field as broad as electromagnetics, which propagates into many diverse engineering fields. The time h

chapter 1|52 pages

Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics Revisited

ByN. Narayana Rao

chapter 2|36 pages

Applied Electrostatics

ByMark N. Horenstein

chapter 3|34 pages


ByMilica Popovic´, Branko D. Popovic´, and Zoya Popovic´

chapter 4|40 pages

Electromagnetic Induction

ByMilica Popovic´, Branko D. Popovic´, and Zoya Popovic´

chapter 5|22 pages

Wave Propagation

ByMohammad Kolbehdari, Matthew N. O. Sadiku

chapter 6|42 pages

Transmission Lines

ByAndreas Weisshaar

chapter 7|28 pages

Waveguides and Resonators

ByKenneth R. Demarest

chapter 8|22 pages

Antennas: Fundamentals

ByDavid Thiel

chapter 9|70 pages

Antennas: Representative Types

ByDavid R. Jackson, Jeffrey T. Williams, Donald R. Wilton

chapter 10|30 pages

Electromagnetic Compatibility

ByChristos Christopoulos

chapter 11|40 pages


ByLevent Sevgi

chapter 12|66 pages

Wireless Communication Systems

ByNathan Blaunstein

chapter 13|24 pages

Satellite Communication Systems

ByMatthew N. O. Sadiku

chapter 14|42 pages

Optical Communications

ByJoseph C. Palais

chapter 15|30 pages

Numerical Techniques

ByRandy L. Haupt

chapter 16|26 pages

Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields

ByRiadh Habash

chapter 17|26 pages

Biomedical Applications of Electromagnetic Engineering

ByJames C. Lin

chapter 18|46 pages

Measurement Techniques for the Electromagnetic Characterization of Biological Materials

ByMohammad-Reza Tofighi, Afshin Daryoush