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This rapid attenuation of waves means that in highfrequency circuits current flows

only on the surface of the conductors. One

frequency inductance of circuit elements is somewhat smaller than ...

This rapid attenuation of waves means that in highfrequency circuits current flows

only on the surface of the conductors. One

**simple**consequence is that the high-frequency inductance of circuit elements is somewhat smaller than ...

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discussed the properties of electromagnetic waves and their propagation in both

bounded and unbounded geometries. But nothing has been said about how to ...

**Simple**. Radiating. Systems. and. Diffraction. In Chapters 7 and 8 we havediscussed the properties of electromagnetic waves and their propagation in both

bounded and unbounded geometries. But nothing has been said about how to ...

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9.4 Center-fed Linear Antenna For certain radiating systems the geometry of

current flow is sufficiently

found in relatively

consider ...

9.4 Center-fed Linear Antenna For certain radiating systems the geometry of

current flow is sufficiently

**simple**that integral (9.3) for the vector potential can befound in relatively

**simple**, closed form. As an example of such a system weconsider ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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Greens theorem | 14 |

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