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Course# EE-200: Electromagnetics I : Transmission lines and waves

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Le signal électrique est un vecteur essentiel pour la transmission d'information et d'énergie. En haute fréquence elle se manifeste comme un signal électromagnétique dont l'étude demande le développement de modèles physiques et mathématiques spécifiques basés sur les équations d'onde.

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