Elements of Electromagnetics is designed for a first course in Electromagnetics for students towards an electrical engineering degree. This core course is usually required of all ECE majors. A split occurs in the market between professors who present vectors first and professors who present transmission lines first, Sadiku's text takes the vectors-first approach. The 5th edition is primarily focused on adding new and revised homework problems, particularly problems that focus on real-world practical examples. MATLAB exercises have been incorporated into each chapter for extended practice. Theintensive review and accuracy checking process conductedin the 4th edition will be highlighted in the preface.
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Matthew N.O. Sadiku is professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Prairie View A&M University. He is the author of over 100 professional papers and fifteen books including Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, Metropolitan Area Networks, Numerical Techniques in electromagnetics, and Introduction to Broadband Communication Systems. His current research interests are numerical techniques in electromagnetics and computer communication networks. He is a registered professional engineer and a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).Review:
"In switching to Sadiku's book, the improvement on understanding how vectors work is substantial, approximately a 30-35% increase in scores. If you're forced into a one-semester 3-hour course, you're not going to get a better book than this."--Dennis McCaughey, George Mason University "The new textbook is an excellent book. It provides clear presentations to the mathematical formulas, physics insight, and practical applications."--Fan Yang, The University of Mississippi "It has a more refreshing approach to connecting theory to practical examples."--Kasra Daneshvar, University of North Carolina, Charlotte "Sadiku's book seems more 'reader friendly' in terms of the layouts and printing qualities. . . . This book is doing a very good job on problems/solutions. The problems are stated clearly and there are some new questions available."--Yan Zhang, University of Oklahoma"The scope as well as the number of HW problems is good. It shows balance bet
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