Time Domain Electromagnetics deals with a specific technique in electromagnetics within the general area of electrical engineering. This mathematical method has become a standard for a wide variety of applications for design and problem solving. This method of analysis in electromagnetics is directly related to advances in cellular and mobile communications technology, as well as traditional EM areas such as radar, antennas, and wave propagation. Most of the material is available in the research journals which is difficult for a non-specialist to locate, read, understand, and effectively use for the problem at hand.
@bul:* Only book currently available to practicing engineers and research scientists exclusively devoted to this subject
- Includes contributions by the world's leading experts in electromagnetics
- Presents the most popular methods used in time domain analysis are included at one place with thorough discussion of the methods in an easily understandable style
- In each chapter, many simple and practical examples are discussed thoroughly to illustrate the salient points of the material presented
- All chapters are written in a consistent style that allows the book to be of use for self-study by professionals as well as for use in a graduate-level course in electrical engineering
Professional electrical engineers, research scientists, and graduate students working in the area of electromagnetics, antennas and propagation, and microwave engineering; communications engineers working on the design of mobile communication devices, systems, and networks; also appropriate for use in a graduate-level course in electrical engineering.
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- © Academic Press 1999
- 24th June 1999
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The textbook describes the use of existing direct time domain methods for calculating electromagnetic scattering/interaction phenomenon. Consisting of nine chapters, the first half of the book deals with the solution of integral equations, while the second part examines the differential equation methods. Familiarity with Maxwell's equations is assumed. No exercises are included. -- Copyright © 1999 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR All rights reserved Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
S.M. Rao is a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Auburn University. His research interests include Acoustic and Electromagnetic Scottering, Antenna Analysis, Numerical Methods, EMC/EMI and Radar Cross Section studies. Dr. Rao is a Senior Member of the IEEE.
Auburn University, Alabama, U.S.A.