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Foundations of Applied Electrodynamics by Wen Geyi

  1. Jul 5, 2013 #1
    I stumbled across this book in the library and was intrigued by fact that it seems oriented towards engineers (it goes through a fair bit of material on RF/Microwave circuits and antennas for example), but it includes a few chapters on special/general relativity and quantum electrodynamics. Topic-wise, it sounds like it might be a really interesting read, but my math skills aren't strong enough to really evaluate it at this point. I couldn't find any reviews online, so I'm curious, does anyone know anything about this book?
     
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