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Introduction and Survey of the Electromagnetic Spectrum
Fundamentals of Electric Fields
Fundamentals of Magnetic Fields
Relativity and Quantum Physics
The Hidden Schematic
Waveguides and Shields
Circuits as Guides for Waves and S-Parameters
Antennas: How to Make Circuits That Radiate
EMC (Part I: Basics, Part II: PCB Techniques, Part III: Cabling)
Lenses, Dishes, and Antenna Arrays
Frequency Dependence of Materials, Thermal Radiation, and Noise
Electrical Engineering Book Recommendations
Based on familiar circuit theory and basic physics, this book serves as an invaluable reference for both analog and digital engineers alike. For those who work with analog RF, this book is a must-have resource. With computers and networking equipment of the 21st century running at such high frequencies, it is now crucial for digital designers to understand electromagnetic fields, radiation and transmission lines. This knowledge is necessary for maintaining signal integrity and achieving EMC compliance. Since many digital designers are lacking in analog design skills, let alone electromagnetics, an easy-to-read but informative book on electromagnetic topics should be considered a welcome addition to their professional libraries.
- Covers topics using conceptual explanations and over 150 lucid figures, in place of complex mathematics
- Demystifies antennas, waveguides, and transmission line phenomena
- Provides the foundation necessary to thoroughly understand signal integrity issues associated with high-speed digital design
Level 2 and 3
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- © Newnes 2002
- 13th May 2002
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"Providing a comprehensive and practical understanding of electromagnetic fields and the principles necessary for circuit design at RF, this book is a helpful resource for analog and digital engineers alike." --Poptronics
Ron Schmitt is the director of electrical engineering support for Sensor Research and Development Corp. in Orono, Maine. He manages the group responsible for electronics design for chemical-sensor research and products. He has a BSEE from Cornell University and an MSEE from the University of Pennsylvania. He is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Maine.