## Electromagnetic Waves |

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the book titled " Electromagnetic Waves " by Dr. R. K . Shevgaonkar is excellent book , illustrating very good concepts about tx lines and other issues of EMT. This book is very good for undergraduate /B tech students in particular for competitive exams of UPSC.

Abhay Kumar

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All 9 reviews »awesome book indeed!!

### Contents

Transmission Lines | 6 |

Maxwells Equations | 104 |

Uniform Plane Wave | 143 |

Plane Waves at Media Interface | 201 |

Dielectric Waveguide | 327 |

Antennas | 353 |

Antenna Arrays | 427 |

Propagation of Radio Waves | 484 |

Applications of Electromagnetic Waves | 532 |

Appendix A Units and Symbols | 548 |

Vector Calculus | 556 |

Bessel Functions | 563 |

Appendix F Fourier Transforms | 570 |

### Common terms and phrases

admittance amplitude assume attenuation constant axis boundary conditions broadside characteristic impedance charge complex conducting boundary conductor coordinate system corresponding current density current distribution current element cut-off frequency dielectric constant dielectric waveguide distance electric and magnetic electric field electromagnetic waves electron ellipse EXAMPLE field components Fourier given Hertz dipole HPBW ionosphere isotropic layer length linear load impedance loss-less magnetic field main beam matching maximum radiation Maxwell's equations medium modal mode normal nulls parallel plane waveguide parameters perpendicular phase constant phase velocity plane wave plasma polarized wave power density power flow Poynting vector propagation constant radiation pattern rectangular waveguide reflected wave reflection coefficient resonant rotation shown in Fig slab Smith chart Solution space standing wave stub Substituting surface current tangential transformer transmission line transverse uniform plane wave varying voltage and current VSWR wave propagation wave travelling wavelength z-direction zero