Same with me, Acrobat hangs up. I am using Linux, so Okular does work and does not display any error.
The text itself is good. It is clearly shown that ground is not the point where every signal is zero.
Ditto the comment about reading the PDF version of Chapter 5. My PDF reader hangs up at about page 93. Hopefully this issue can be resolved and you can repost the article. I have also had some problems accessing the main article online.
PDF and HTML. It is good to have it both ways and have a choice.
The PDF version of this chapter does not work well for me. When I page down past page 92, Acrobat 10.0.1 freezes. I have to print this PDF to PDF using PrimoPDF to be able to read it.
I still prefer PDF format as it is easier to save for later reference.
From looking at this chapter this looks like a great book about EMC, I will look it up later.
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