- Electrostatic fields
- Two–dimensional electromagnetic fields
- Wire antennas and scatterers
- Multiport systems
- Transmission lines and waveguides
- Antenna systems
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- The development and use of special relativity to establish a complete electromagnetic theory based on Coulomb’s Law as the sole experimental postulate
- Historical introductions to each chapter
- Extensive treatment of electrical properties of materials in the final three chapters
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Two–Dimensional Electromagnetic Fields.
Wire Antennas and Scatterers.
Generalized Network Parameters.
Appendix A: Linear Spaces and Mapping
Appendix B: Matrix Inversion.
Appendix C: Matrix Eigenvalue and Eigenvectors.