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In this comprehensive, new edition, Chen-To Tai gives extensive attention to recent research surrounding the techniques of dyadic Green functions. Additional formulations are introduced, including the classifications and the different methods of finding the eigenfunction expansions. Important new features in this edition include Maxwell's equations, which has been cast in a dyadic form to make the introduction of the electric and magnetic dyadic Green functions easier to understand; the integral solutions to Maxwell's equations, now derived with the aid of the vector-dyadic Green's theorem, allowing several intermediate steps to be omitted; a detailed discussion of complementary reciprocal theorems and transient radiation in moving media; and the derivation of various dyadic Green functions for problems involving plain layered media, and a two-dimensional Fourier-integral representation of these functions. This in-depth textbook will be of particular interest to antenna and microwave engineers, research scientists, and professors
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