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Chapter III Electromagnetic Waves Maxwell’s Equations Electrostatics and Magnetostatics Time Varying Fields Electromagnetic Plane Waves Boundary Conditions Doppler Effect Electromagnetic Waves In Material Media Power Flow Normal Incidence On An Interface Plane Waves In Arbitrary Directions Incident On Perfect Conductor Parallel Plate Wave Guide Oblique Incident On An Interface Symmetric Dielectric Wave Guide Rectangular Wave Guide Wave Guide Cavity Resonator
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Electromagnetic fields are completely described by Maxwell’s equations. The formulation is
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Unformatted text preview: quite general and is valid also in the relativistic limit (by contrast, Newtons equations of motion of classical mechanics must be corrected when the relativistic limit is approached). The complete physical picture is obtained by adding an equation that relates the fields to the motion of charged particles. The electromagnetic fields exert a force F on a charge q , according to the law ( Lorentz force ): where v(t) is the velocity of the moving charge....
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2012 for the course ECE 450 taught by Professor E.kudeki during the Spring '12 term at Illinois College.

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