A highly focused, applications-oriented approach to electromagnetics. Now that digital clock speeds and analog frequencies are increasingly in the GHz range, today's electrical engineers must understand the fundamental principles and laws of electromagnetics. That's why Clayton Paul's ELECTROMAGNETICS FOR ENGINEERS presents a focused, applications-oriented approach that will help you successfully design high-speed and high-frequency communication systems. Here's how Paul's approach works: 1. Avoids unnecessary mathematics: the text presents mathematics on a need-to-know basis, and focuses only on those derivations and vector identities that are essential to your understanding of the material. 2. Presents many practical applications: The author has carefully selected applications (along with photographs) from two areas: digital system design and electromagnetic interference, or electromagnetic compatibility. 3. Emphasizes time-varying fields: Reduced coverage of static (dc) fields enables you to sufficiently focus on time-varying fields, which have a large number of exciting engineering applications. 4. Provides example problems and quick review exercises: These pedagogical aids will help you reinforce and assess your understanding of each new concept and law.Paul, Clayton R. is the author of 'Electromagnetics for Engineers With Applications to Digital Systems and Electromagnetic Interference', published 2003 under ISBN 9780471271802 and ISBN 0471271802.