First published in 1961, this text for a graduate course on electromagnetic theory offers in-depth treatment of the subject. Material is organized according to similarity of mathematical techniques instead of according to devices, in order to present mathematical techniques for handling electromagnetic engineering problems. Chapters cover fundamental concepts, waves, plane, cylindrical, and spherical wave functions, perturbational and variational techniques, and microwave networks. The text includes chapter exercises and answers.
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