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Book Excerpt: How to engineer EM circuits

5/1/2012 01:24 PM EDT
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Earthlistener
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Earthlistener   5/2/2012 10:58:25 PM
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download OK

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gayatrikumar_1   5/2/2012 1:38:56 PM
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Is it with ISBN 9781891121999 I found it at http://www.scitechpub.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=611 ? Please confirm..Thanks

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anabar   5/2/2012 7:40:23 AM
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So did I

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ealtan   5/2/2012 7:04:51 AM
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I get an error when I click on the SciTech link above : (You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '۬' at line 4)

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ealtan   5/2/2012 6:46:17 AM
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Good math intro to the concepts. I would like to see the section how MATLAB is used to solve high order diff equations. Thank you.

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JanineLove   5/1/2012 1:37:31 PM
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Let me know how you like this excerpt and if you would have any other general topics you would like to know more about (I will chase down other fundamentals/textbook materials for you). I made this PDF a bit longer than normal, so please let me know if you have any issues with the download.

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