About The Book
Introductory Electromagnetics is one of the few textbooks suitable for a one-semester course in electromagnetics. Its short, concise chapters and use of carefully selected application examples to relate physical principles to engineering practice make this an especially approachable book for students. Features The organization builds upon the basis of circuit theory. The required knowledge of calculus is reduced to a minimum. Contains numerous carefully chosen examples as well as questions and problems. Contains application chapters that integrate knowledge students have gained in previous chapters.Offers a unique Practice, Problems and Labs workbook supplement, which contains: -brief, but comprehensive, summaries of all textbook chapters; -multiple-choice answers to all questions and problems contained in the textbook; -full answers and solutions to representative questions and problems; -the description of about a dozen extremely useful simple electromagnetic labs.