By R. Johnson
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Behandelt wird die elektromagnetische Feldtheorie. Vermittelt werden die daf? r erforderlichen mathematischen Methoden. Die Maxwell'schen Gleichungen werden vorgestellt und erl? utert. Es folgen Ausf? hrungen ? ber Elektrostatik, Str? mungsprobleme, Magnetostatik, quasistation? re Felder und elektromagnetische Wellen.
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Antenna Engineering Handbook by R. Johnson