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The Spatial Structure of Electromagnetic Fields

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by Said Mikki & Yahia Antar
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The Spatial Structure of Electromagnetic Fields by Said Mikki & Yahia Antar

This comprehensive new resource focuses on applied electromagnetics and takes readers beyond the conventional theory with the use of contemporary mathematics to improve the practical use of electromagnetics in emerging areas of field communications, wireless power transfer, metamaterials, MIMO and direction-of-arrival systems. The book explores the existing and novel theories and principles of electromagnetics in order to help engineers analyze and design devices for today

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Ebook Details
Pages: 600
Size: 37.1 MB
Publisher: Artech House
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781630813680 (DRM-EPUB)

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