Electromagnetics explained [electronic resource] : a handbook for wireless/RF, EMC, and high-speed electronics / Ron Schmitt.
- 1st edition
- Amsterdam ; Boston : Newnes, c2002.
- EDN Series for Design Engineers
EDN Series for Design Engineers
1 online resource (377 p.)
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- Based on familiar circuit theory and basic physics, this book serves as an invaluable reference for both analog and digital engineers alike. For those who work with analog RF, this book is a must-have resource. With computers and networking equipment of the 21st century running at such high frequencies, it is now crucial for digital designers to understand electromagnetic fields, radiation and transmission lines. This knowledge is necessary for maintaining signal integrity and achieving EMC compliance. Since many digital designers are lacking in analog design skills, let alone electromagnetic
- Cover; Electromagnetics Explained: A Handbook for Wireless/RF, EMC, and High-Speed Electronics; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. Introduction and Survey of the Electromagnetic Spectrum; The Need for Electromagnetics; The Electromagnetic Spectrum; Electrical Length; The Finite Speed of Light; Electronics; Analog and Digital Signals; RF Techniques; Microwave Techniques; Infrared and the Electronic Speed Limit; Visible Light and Beyond; Lasers and Photonics; Summary; Chapter 2. Fundamentals of Electric Fields; The Electric Force Field; Other Types of Fields
Voltage and Potential Energy Charges in Metals; The Definition of Resistance; Electrons and Holes; Electrostatic Induction and Capacitance; Insulators (Dielectrics); Static Electricity and Lightning; The Battery Revisited; Electric Field Examples; Conductivity and Permittivity of Common Materials; Chapter 3. Fundamentals of Magnetic Fields; Moving Charges: Source of All Magnetic Fields; Magnetic Dipoles; Effects of the Magnetic Field; The Vector Magnetic Potential and Potential Momentum; Magnetic Materials; Magnetism and Quantum Physics; Chapter 4. Electrodynamics
Changing Magnetic Fields and Lenz's Law Faraday's Law; Inductors; AC Circuits, Impedance, and Reactance; Relays, Doorbells, and Phone Ringers; Moving Magnets and Electric Guitars; Generators and Microphones; The Transformer; Saturation and Hysteresis; When to Gap Your Cores; Ferrites: The Friends of RF, High-Speed Digital, and Microwave Engineers; Maxwell's Equations and the Displacement Current; Perpetual Motion; What About D and H? The Constituitive Relations; Chapter 5. Radiation; Storage Fields versus Radiation Fields; Electrical Length; The Field of a Static Charge
The Field of a Moving Charge The Field of an Accelerating Charge; X-Ray Machines; The Universal Origin of Radiation; The Field of an Oscillating Charge; The Field of a Direct Current; The Field of an Alternating Current; Near and Far Field; The Fraunhoffer and Fresnel Zones; Parting Words; Chapter 6. Relativity and Quantum Physics; Relativity and Maxwell's Equations; Space and Time Are Relative; Space and Time Become Space-Time; The Cosmic Speed Limit and Proper Velocity; Electric Field and Magnetic Field Become the Electromagnetic Field; The Limits of Maxwell's Equations
Quantum Physics and the Birth of the Photon The Quantum Vacuum and Virtual Photons; Explanation of the Magnetic Vector Potential; The Future of Electromagnetics; Relativity, Quantum Physics, and Beyond; Chapter 7. The Hidden Schematic; The Non-Ideal Resistor; The Non-Ideal Capacitor; The Non-Ideal Inductor; Non-Ideal Wires and Transmission Lines; Other Components; Making High-Frequency Measurements of Components; RF Coupling and RF Chokes; Component Selection Guide; Chapter 8. Transmission Lines; The Circuit Model; Characteristic Impedance; The Waveguide Model; Relationship between the Models
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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