An in-depth understanding of electromagnetics is important to all electrical engineers regardless of specialization. Iskander presents the phenomena associated with electromagnetic fields and waves without bogging down the reader with equations and mathematical relations, keeping emphasis on the interesting subject and exciting applications of electromagnetics. The text describes the properties of the static electric and magnetic fields in terms of their charge and current sources before introducing Maxwellacute;s equations. Additional features include a detailed description of reflection and refraction of plane waves of oblique incidence on a dielectric surface, a detailed introduction to antennas, comprehensive treatment of transmission lines, and an introductory section on numerical techniques. Many examples are used in each chapter to demonstrate the physical interpretation of vector operations and electromagnetic field quantities.