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We decompose the fields into longitudinal and

/) + E<r(f , 0 1 H(f , 0 = Hlong(£, /) + H<r(f, 0 j Then, because of the properties of

curl operation, we find that the

We decompose the fields into longitudinal and

**transverse**parts : E(£, 0 = Elong(f ,/) + E<r(f , 0 1 H(f , 0 = Hlong(£, /) + H<r(f, 0 j Then, because of the properties of

curl operation, we find that the

**transverse**parts of E and H satisfy the two curl ...Page 243

Consequently the fields divide themselves into two distinct categories :

\s = 0

is ...

Consequently the fields divide themselves into two distinct categories :

**TRANSVERSE**MAGNETIC (TM) B, = 0 everywhere The boundary condition is E,\s = 0

**TRANSVERSE**ELECTRIC (TE) E, = 0 everywhere The boundary conditionis ...

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containment of, by magnetic mirrors, 423 on transmission lines, 264, 265

wave guide, 263 spherical, 545

...

containment of, by magnetic mirrors, 423 on transmission lines, 264, 265

**Transverse**magnetic (TM) waves, ... 243 in cylindrical cavity, 254 in dielectricwave guide, 263 spherical, 545

**Transverse**waves, in conducting medium, 223 in...

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