High-frequency Electrodynamics

High-frequency Electrodynamics

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This first book to develop the theoretical basics from the concept of guided wave optics is all set to become a standard in fundamental concepts of electromagnetic waves within the field of telecommunications. It covers: Maxwell equations; Plane waves; Closed waveguides; Closed Resonators; Open Lines; Backgrounds of Antenna Theory; Diffraction on Metallic and Dielectric Objects; and, Complementary References. With its chapters on high frequency waveguides, this book is aimed at both scientists and professionals in electrical engineering and telecommunications.show more

Product details

  • Digital | 342 pages
  • Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH
  • Weinheim, Germany
  • 3527608168
  • 9783527608164

Author information

Boris Z. Katsenelenbaum studied at the Moscow State University and received a professor diploma in 1965. Since 1954 he has held numerous positions at the URSS Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics/Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow), the latest that of Chief Scientist. He was also a Professor at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (1962-1985). Professor Katsenelenbaum has written about 150 articles and six books on various problems on high frequency electrodynamics and the diffraction theory. Since 1998 he has been living in Nahariya, Israel.show more

Table of contents

Preface.1 The Maxwell Equations.1.1 Complex amplitudes.1.2 The Maxwell equations.1.3 Idealized objects.1.4 Uniqueness and existence of solution.2 Plane Waves.2.1 Plane waves in an infinite homogeneous medium.2.2 Plane waves in a plano-layered medium.3 Closed Waveguides.3.1 Eigenmodes in nonfilled waveguides.3.2 Waves in waveguides with nonhomogeneous cross-section filling.3.3 Excitation of closed waveguides.3.4 Nonregular closed waveguides.4 Closed Resonators.4.1 Resonators with ideal-conducting walls..4.2 Resonators with impedance walls..5 Open Lines.5.1 Dielectric waveguides..5.2 The lines with surface wave.5.3 The wave beam.6 Backgrounds of Antenna Theory.6.1 Radiation of current set.6.2 Aperture antennas.6.3 Volume antennas.7 Diffraction on Metallic and Dielectric Objects.7.1 Diffraction of the plane wave on circular waveguide.7.2 Diffraction on metallic half-plane.7.3 The Debye potentials: diffraction on a metallic sphere.7.4 Small bodies; large bodies.General References.Complementary References.Index.show more