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Reading material in the course. Early Introduction of Transmission Lines: What is the electromagnetice of the magnetic field? What would I be in Solution: Find E z,t and k.
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Hence, we need to treat these two components separately: For Errata and access to Instructor Resources, please visit: Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics, 6th Edition. The green wave crosses the time axis 1 s sooner than the red wave.
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