- Maxwell equations
- Plane waves
- Closed waveguides
- Closed Resonators
- Open Lines
- Backgrounds of Antenna Theory
- Diffraction on Metallic and Dielectric Objects
- Complementary References
With its chapters on high frequency waveguides this book is aimed at both scientists and professionals in electrical engineering and telecommunications.
1 The Maxwell Equations.
1.1 Complex amplitudes.
1.2 The Maxwell equations.
1.3 Idealized objects.
1.4 Uniqueness and existence of solution.
2 Plane Waves.
2.1 Plane waves in an infinite homogeneous medium.
2.2 Plane waves in a plano-layered medium.
3 Closed Waveguides.
3.1 Eigenmodes in nonfilled waveguides.
3.2 Waves in waveguides with nonhomogeneous cross-section filling.
3.3 Excitation of closed waveguides.
3.4 Nonregular closed waveguides.
4 Closed Resonators.
4.1 Resonators with ideal-conducting walls.
.4.2 Resonators with impedance walls.
.5 Open Lines.
5.1 Dielectric waveguides.
.5.2 The lines with surface wave.
5.3 The wave beam.
6 Backgrounds of Antenna Theory.
6.1 Radiation of current set.
6.2 Aperture antennas.
6.3 Volume antennas.
7 Diffraction on Metallic and Dielectric Objects.
7.1 Diffraction of the plane wave on circular waveguide.
7.2 Diffraction on metallic half-plane.
7.3 The Debye potentials: diffraction on a metallic sphere.
7.4 Small bodies; large bodies.