Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
Subject: Re: Good Electronmagnetism Books?
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Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2002 13:26:45 -0000
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DAB sounds worse than FM wrote:
> "Joe McElvenney" wrote in message
>>> Could anybody recommend a good electromagnetism book? I missed
>>> electromagnetism at university so I would need an introductory book.
>> Try looking at -
>> "Electromagnetism for Electronic Engineers", R. G. Carter
>> Dept. of Engineering, University of Lancaster
>> Chapman & Hall
>> ISBN 0 412 42740 0 or 0 442 31558 9 (USA)
>> This is a reasonably lightweight text and one in a series of
>> "Tutorial Guides in Electronic Engineering".
> I've got this actually but I've never got round to reading it because
> I thought it might be a bit too lightweight.
> I'll give it a try and see how I go, thanks for the recommendation.
>> It presupposes a certain facility with
>> vector analysis and differential/integral calculus but nothing that
>> cannot be learned or brushed-up on the fly. The almost standard,
>> first year, programmed text book "Engineering Mathematics" by K. A.
>> Stroud is a good general maths crib.
> Yeah, got Stroud too, top book.
If you do want a heavy weigtht book, here is Bo Thides EM book
SuperSpice, a very affordable Mixed-Mode
Windows Simulator with Schematic Capture,
Waveform Display, FFT's and Filter Design.