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I was pleased when I started into Balanis' tome. The text was readable, detailed enough to follow with good math and standard symbology. He covers just about everything, but suggest further readings if you want to go into depth in a topic. For example, he does not cover large loops where the current is not constant. That is a topic with several decades of work behind it that I wish he had summarized better, though he did try some; he left it blank for the most part.
He has very good references and suggestions for further reading throughout.
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Constantine A. Balanis (born 1938) is a Greek born American scientist, educator and author. Born in Trikala, Greece on October 29, 1938. He is best known for his books in the field of Engineering Electromagnetics and Antennas.
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