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The EMC Library, which is now one of two libraries – the other being the Product Compliance Library; contains a compendium of EMC, ESD, RF & Microwave and closely related books

We currently have 75 plus books in the EMC Library, which are sub-divided into the following groupings:

Alternatively please feel free to browse through the EMC, ESD, RF & Microwave and closely related books below.

Generic EMC Books

What is meant by “Generic” EMC Books? These are books that discuss EMC as a stand-alone topic, i.e. they are not related to any particular application. We currently have 20 plus books in this section.

AN EMC book entitled "Electromagnetic Capability-Principles and Applications"
Electromagnetic Compatibility

This book highlights principles and applications of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). After introducing the basic concepts, research progress, standardizations and limitations of EMC, the book puts emphasis on presenting the generation mechanisms and suppression principles of conducted electromagnetic interference (EMI) noise, radiated EMI noise, and electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS) problems such as electrostatic discharge (ESD), electric fast transient (EFT) and surge. By showing EMC case studies and solved examples, the book provides effective solutions to practical engineering problems. Students and researchers will be able to use the book as practical reference for EMC-related measurements and problem- solution. by Dr. Yang ZHAO (232 pages)

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Electromagnetic Compatibility Handbook
Electromagnetic Compatibility Handbook

As the number of electrical devices in use continues to grow, so do the challenges of ensuring the EMC of products and systems. Fortunately, engineers have at their disposal an array of approximations, models, and rules-of-thumb to help them meet those challenges. The Electromagnetic Compatibility Handbook is an unprecedented compilation of the many approximations, guidelines, models, and rules-of-thumb used in EMC analyses, complete with their sources and their limitations. The book presents these in an efficient question-and-answer format and incorporates an extremely comprehensive set of tables and figures. Mathcad was used to generate most of the plots and solve many of the equations, and the author includes the Mathcad programs for many of these so users can clearly see the variable assignments, assumptions, and equations. Designed to be of long-lasting value to engineers, researchers, and students, the Electromagnetic Compatibility Handbook is ideal both for quick reference and as a textbook for upper-level and graduate electrical engineering courses, by Kenneth L Kaiser (2566 pages)

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EMC Book entitled Design for Electromagnetic Compatibility - - In a Nutshell by Reto B. Keller
Design for Electromagnetic Compatibility–In a Nutshell

This open access book provides practicing electrical engineers and students a practical – and mathematically sound – introduction to the topic of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). The author enables readers to understand better how to overcome commonly failed EMC tests for radiated emission, radiated immunity, and electrostatic discharge (ESD), while providing concrete EMC design guidelines. The book also presents an overview of EMC standards and regulations and how to test for a global market access., by Reto B. Keller (444 pages

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Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility

This provides thorough coverage of the techniques and methodologies used to design and analyze electronic systems that function acceptably in their electromagnetic environment by Clayton R. Paul. (848 pages)
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Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility by Clayton R Paul.
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY -WITHOUT EQUATIONS an EMC book by Chetan Kathalay
Electromagnetic Compatibility – Without Equations

The book starts with EMC fundamentals, speaks about EMC standards and then goes on to explain various EMC test methodologies in detail. These measures will enable manufacturers to design a compliant product at the design stage itself thereby saving time and money, by CHETAN KATHALAY (498 pages)
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Book on EMC Principles and Applications
EMC Principles and Applications

This revised and expanded book provides comprehensive, coverage of the design, problem solving, and specifications of EMC into electrical equipment/systems for preventing EMI through cost-effective solutions by David Weston ( 856 pages)
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EMC Design & Test Case Analysis

An introduction to techniques for the design of electronic products from the EMC perspective. Covers normalized EMC requirements and design principles to assure product compatibility by JUNQI ZHENG ( 520 pages)
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EMC Design and Test book
EMC Pocket Guide Book
EMC Pocket Guide

Every electric product designed and manufactured worldwide must meet EMC regulations. If you are a working engineer or technician, the EMC Pocket Guide: Key EMC facts, equations and data is the first place to look while designing for EMC and your quide to thwarting EMI by Kenneth Wyatt (60 pages)
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EMC for Product Designers book
EMC for Product Designers

EMC for Product Designers, provides all the key information needed to meet the requirements of the EMC compliance standards. It shows how to incorporate EMC principles into the product design process, avoiding cost and performance penalties by Tim Williams ( 564 pages)
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EMC Made Simple - Printed Circuit Board and System Design: Written by Mark I Montrose
EMC Made Simple – Printed Circuit Board and System Design

This book simplifies the complex field of electromagnetic compatibility into easy concepts without the need for complicated math or extensive computational analysis. Learn how to design printed circuit boards and systems quickly with just five easy equations. Written by Mark I Montrose (Paperback)
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Workbench Troubleshooting EMC Emissions
Workbench Troubleshooting EMC Emissions

Simple Techniques for Radiated and Conducted Emissions Troubleshooting and Pre-Compliance Testing.  Save time and cost by learning how to characterize and troubleshoot simple design issues right on your workbench! by Kenneth Wyatt ( Paperback 239 pages )
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A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY: WITH AN INTRODUCTION TO CE MARKING
A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO EMC: WITH AN INTRODUCTION TO CE MARKING

  After reading the book, the designer can immediately incorporate measures like PCB design, filtering, shielding, grounding, cable routing at the design stage of the product development cycle, without worrying too much about theory by Mr Chetan Kathalay  ( Paperback 410 pages)
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EMC Question of the Week: 2017-2020
EMC Question of the Week: 2017-2020 

Each week, the LearnEMC website publishes an EMC Question of the Week. The questions are multiple-choice and cover various topics related to EMC. The answers are informative and sometimes highlight common misconceptions by Todd H. Hubing (Paperback 208 pages)
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Study Guide for the iNARTE EMC/EMI Certification Exam - 2020 
Study Guide for the iNARTE EMC/EMI Certification Exam – 2020 

This new edition of the Study Guide for the iNARTE EMC Certification Exam for Engineers & Technicians includes 200 updated printed sample problems with answers and comments, access to an additional 60 video sample problems with complete solutions …etc. by LLC LearnEMCTodd H Hubing & Nancy E Hubing (Paperback 147 pages)
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Engineering EMC book.
Engineering Electromagnetic Compatibility

This practical, second edition will teach you to avoid costly post-design EMC fixes. Once again, V. Prasad Kodali provides an introduction to EMC and presents current technical information on sources of EMI, EMC/EMI measurements, computer simulation and design, and international EMC standards by V. Prasad Kodali (476 pages)
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Electromagnetic Time Reversal: Application to EMC and Power Systems

This book will familiarize the reader with the concept of electromagnetic time reversal, and introduce applications of the concept found in the areas of EMC and power systems by Farhad Rachidi (304 pages)
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Electromagnetic Time Reversal book.
Testing for EMC Compliance.

The Keep It Simple (KISS) philosophy is the primary focus of this book. It is written in very simple language with minimal math, as a compilation of helpful EMI troubleshooting hints. Its light-hearted tone is at odds with the extreme seriousness of most engineering reference works that become boring after a few pages. This text tells engineers what to do and how to do it by MARK I. MONTROSE ( 480 pages)
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Testing for EMC Compliance Book
Electromagnetic Engineering book by Henry Ott.
Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering

“Henry Ott has literally ‘written the book’ on the subject of EMC. . . . He not only knows the subject, but has the rare ability to communicate that knowledge to others.” by Henry Ott ( 880 pages)
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A Practical Guide to EMC Engineering

The book is a useful compendium of information covering all aspects of EMC with particular emphasis on practical issues of analysis, design and testing by Levent Sevgi (350 pages)
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An EMC Bookentitled A Practical Guide to EMC Engineering
Principles of Electromagnetic Compatibility book by Bogdan Adamczyk
Principles of Electromagnetic Compatibility

Understand both the theory and practice of electromagnetic compatibility with this groundbreaking textbook, by Bogdan Adamczyk, PhD (568 pages)
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Create Your Own EMC Troubleshooting Kit book
Create Your Own EMC Troubleshooting Kit

The purpose of this guide is to help you to customize your own EMC troubleshooting kit. This should prove useful whether you are an “internal EMC consultant” in a larger corporation, an engineer who “wears many hats” and occasionally is forced to deal with EMC compliance or if you’re consulting in the field of EMC for other companies by Kenneth Wyatt (Paperback 189 pages)
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Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) Pocket Guide
Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) Pocket Guide

Designed as a practical, quick guide, the Radio Frequency Interference Pocket Guide collates key data, diagrams and useful reference materials into one handy place to help the reader to understand basic EM theory, along with specific remediation steps in reducing or eliminating sources of radio interference by  Kenneth Wyatt & Michael Gruber (Spiral-bound 88 pages)
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EMI Troubleshooting Cookbook for Product Designers
EMI Troubleshooting Cookbook for Product Designers

This book provides the ‘recipe’ for identifying why products fail to meet EMI/EMC regulatory standards. It also outlines techniques for tracking the noise source, and discovering the coupling mechanism, that is causing the undesired effects by Patrick G. André (252 pages )
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Workbench Troubleshooting EMC Immunity book
Workbench Troubleshooting EMC Immunity :

Simple Techniques for ESD, EFT and Radiated Immunity Testing, Troubleshooting and Pre-Compliance Testing This volume will show you simple tests to characterize and perform workbench-level pre-compliance tests to lower your risk of compliance test failures by identifying issues early! by Kenneth Wyatt (Paperback 123 pages)
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EMC Application Books

Perhaps the title of this section should have been “EMC Application Specific Books” All the books in this section discuss EMC with regards to particular activities, industries, devices, systems etc. We currently have 13 such books in this section.

Book on Aerospace EMC
Handbook of Aerospace EMC

A comprehensive resource that explores EMC for aerospace systems Handbook of Aerospace Electromagnetic Compatibility is a groundbreaking book on EMC for aerospace systems that addresses both aircraft and space vehicles. This important text deals with the testing of spacecraft components and subsystems, analysis of crosstalk and field coupling, aircraft communication systems, and much more. The text also includes information on lightning effects and testing, as well as guidance on design principles and techniques for lightning protection. This vital guide to electromagnetic compatibility provides information on a range of topics including grounding, coupling, test procedures, standards, and requirements. Handbook of Aerospace Electromagnetic Compatibility is a critical text for understanding EMC for aerospace systems, by REINALDO J. PEREZ, PHD, MBA (768 pages)

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Intersystem EMC Analysis, Interference and Solutions book
Intersystem EMC Analysis, Interference and Solutions.

EMC issues need to be an initial consideration in design and deployment of electronic transmitters or receivers, or in deployed systems containing both. This book provides methodologies for defining EMC requirements for the device, platform, site, and arena levels and techniques for performing predictions and calculations to achieve EMC. Examples of the occurrence of electromagnetic problems are interference when devices are physically close and operating at the same, or similar, frequencies. In order to address this, the authors discuss several new approaches in mathematical development, such as the calculation of probability of interference based on frequency difference between two devices and the interference probability due to pulse to pulse interference. In theory, all the devices’ parameters should be available for analysis, but in practice, missing data is not uncommon. The book aims to define default values that allow the performance of EMC analysis in cases where the data is missing, such as antenna patterns, intercardinal antenna gain and near field approximations, by Uri Vered (254 pages)

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Noise Reduction Techniques in Electronic Systems book
Noise Reduction Techniques in Electronic Systems 

This updated and expanded version of the very successful first edition offers new chapters on controlling the emission from electronic systems, especially digital systems, and on low-cost techniques for providing electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) for consumer products sold in a competitive market. There is also a new chapter on the susceptibility of electronic systems to electrostatic discharge. There is more material on FCC regulations, digital circuit noise and layout, and digital circuit radiation. Virtually all the material in the first edition has been retained. Contains a new appendix on FCC EMC test procedures.by Henry W. Ott ( Kindle or 448 pages)

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Modeling and Design of EMC for High-Speed PCB’s and Packaging

This book presents the electromagnetic modelling and design of three major EMC issues related to high-speed PCB and electronic packages: signal integrity (SI), power integrity (PI), and EMI by Xing-Chang Wei (322 pages)
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A book on Modeling and Design for EMC for Printed Circuit Boards
PCB Design Techniques for EMC Compliance book
PCB Design for EMC Compliance

The simplified approach to PCB design is based on real-life experience, and knowledge. PCB Techniques for EMC Compliance will help prevent the emission or reception of unwanted RF energy generated by components and interconnects, thus achieving acceptable levels of EMC for electrical equipment Mark I. Montrose (336 pages)
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EMC and the PCB book
EMC and the PCB

This accessible, new reference work shows how and why RF energy is created within a printed circuit board and the manner in which propagation occurs. With lucid explanations, this book enables engineers to grasp both the fundamentals of EMC theory and signal integrity and the mitigation process needed to prevent an EMC event
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Handbook of Antennas for EMC by T Macnamara
Handbook of Antennas for EMC

This invaluable resource provides a thorough understanding of the practical aspects and underpinnings of antennas in EMC systems
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EMC of Analog Integrated Circuits

Analog Circuits and Signal Processing as different electronic systems are compactly integrated in the same apparatus, the parasitic electromagnetic coupling between these circuits sharing the same signal, power and ground lines, is a critical design parameter
by Jean-Michel Redouté ( 253 pages )
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EMC of Analog Integrated Circuits (Analog Circuits and Signal Processing) book by
PCB Design for Real-World EMI Control book
PCB Design for Real-World EMI Control

In this book engineers understand the potential sources of emissions and how to reduce, control, or eliminate these sources. This book is intended to be a ‘hands-on’ book, that is, designers should be able to apply the concepts in this book directly to their designs in the real-world by Bruce R. Archambeault & James Drewniak (264 pages)
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EMC for Installers

The integration of electronics in large systems and installations steadily increases. Power consumption decreases making equipment potentially more vulnerable to interference. The responsibility of the installer requires more in-depth knowledge to achieve and maintain EMC in the system or installation by Dr.ir. Mark van Helvoort, PMP, PBA Dr.Ir (248 pages)
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EMC for Installers book
Protection against Intentional Electromagnetic Threats

The modern microprocessor based electronic equipment most vulnerable to Intentional Destructive Electromagnetic Interferences (IDEI) includes High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) is in all substation equipment. The book discusses problems and solutions for all kinds of substation equipment by Vladimir Gurevich (240 pages)
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Protection against Intentional Electromagnetic Threats book.
PCB Design and Layout Fundamentals for EMC book by Roger Hu
PCB Design and Layout Fundamentals for EMC

There are a number of areas that can be addressed during the circuit design and PCB layout stage to ensure that the EMC performance is optimized:- Circuit design – Circuit partitioning- Grounding- Routing-EMC Filters-I/O Filtering and Shielding by Roger Hu ( 163 pages )
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Body Area Communications book
Body Area Communications

An introduction to body area networks (BAN), this book focuses on three major parts: channel modeling, modulation/demodulation communications performance, and EMC considerations. The content is logically structured to lead readers from an introductory level through to in-depth and more advanced topics
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Electromagnetic Compatibility of Electric Miniature Drives

 The book gives a brief overview of the development of the EMC topic for bringing electric drives onto the market. After this, the effects, coupling paths and test methods for both the emitted interference and the interference immunity are presented. The sources of the different disturbances originating from a motor controller are named and linked to their effects by Andreas Wagener (Paperback 112 pages)
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Electromagnetic Compatibility of Electric Miniature Drives by Andreas Wagener

Anechoic + Reverberation Chambers and Ranges

Books on Anechoic and Reverberation Chambers are few and far between; but we have managed to find four thus far. We promise to keep looking to increase your choices.

Reverberation Chambers

This book covers important and timely issues in Reverberation Chambers (RCs) and their applications to EMC and Antenna measurements by Dr Stephen J. Boyes (264 pages)
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Reverberation Chambers book
Anechoic Range Design for Electromagnetic Measurements book
Anechoic Range Design

Simple rules for the design of an anechoic chamber, based on the required accuracy and parameters to be measured are described. Packed with examples and references, this book is a prime reference for any practitioner by Vince Rodriguez (416 pages)
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Anechoic and Reverberation Chambers book
Anechoic & Reverberation Chambers

Contains helpful illustrations, photographs, & practical examples Written for both academics and industrial engineers and designers, this book explores the most recent advances in anechoic chamber and reverberation chamber designs and measurements by Dr. Qian Xu, PhD (400 pages)
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Electromagnetic Anechoic Chambers

This handbook provides the designer/procurer of electromagnetic chambers with a single source of practical information on the full range of anechoic chamber designs. It reviews the current state of the art in indoor electromagnetic testing facilities and their design and specifications by LELAND H. HEMMING (248 pages)
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Electromagnetic Anechoic Chambers book

Grounding & Shielding Books

We were very tempted to include the Electromagnetic Shielding books into the previous section of the EMC Library. Then we realised that there are a lot more applications for Shielding materials than Chambers. There are currently four books on Electromagnetic Shielding.

Electromagnetic Shielding Book
Electromagnetic Shielding

This book provides a tightly focused, convenient, and affordable reference for those interested in this subset of topics. The author demystifies shielding and explains the source and limitations of the approximations, guidelines, models, and rules-of-thumb used in this field by Kenneth L. Kaiser (336 pages)
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Architectural Electromagnetic Shielding Handbook

This book provides the practicing architect/engineer with a guide to electromagnetic shielding. This practical handbook is a one-stop source for every form of shielding enclosure now used in commercial and government test laboratories, communication and computer centers, and electromagnetic hardened facilities by LELAND H. HEMMING (244 pages)
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This is an Architectural Electromagnetic Shielding Handbook
Advanced Materials and Design for Electromagnetic Interference Shielding

With EMC now a major factor in the design of all electronic products, it is crucial to understand how EMI shielding products are used. Focusing on the practicalities of this area, This book comprehensively introduces the design guidelines, materials selection, and future potential of EMI shielding by Xingcun Colin Tong (340 pages)
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Book about Advanced Materials for EMI Shielding
Grounds for Grounding: A Handbook from Circuits to Systems by Elya B. Joffe & Kai-Sang Lock
Grounds for Grounding: A Handbook from Circuits to Systems

Grounding design and installation are crucial to ensure the safety and performance of any electri & cal or electronic system irrespective of size. Successful grounding design requires a thorough familiarity with theory combined with practical experience with real-world systems by Elya B. Joffe & Kai-Sang Lock (Kindle & 1216 pages)
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RF & MICROWAVE BOOKS

Why, I hear you say, have we included a section on RF and MICROWAVE BOOKS in the EMC LIBRARY? The answer is surprisingly simple. Many of the “so-called” EMC design techniques and “fixes”, are actually well established and proven RF and Microwave techniques. Examples:- Think PCB track lengths and the relationship with Antenna Design – Think Ventilation slots in Shielding and Cases and the relationship with Slot Antenna Design. So a basic understanding of RF & Microwave techniques will help resolve many of your EMI problems.

High-Power Radio Frequency Effects on Electronic Systems (Electromagnetics) by
High-Power Radio Frequency Effects on Electronic Systems (Electromagnetics)

This is the first book that comprehensively addresses the issues relating to the effects of radio frequency (RF) signals and the environment of electrical and electronic systems. It covers testing methods as well as methods to analyze radio frequency. The generation of high-powered electromagnetic (HPEM) environments, including moderate band damped sinusoidal radiators and hyperband radiating systems is explored. HPEM effects on component, circuit, sub-system electronics, as well as system level drawing are discussed. The effects of HPEM on experimental techniques and the standards which can be used to control tests are described. The validity of analytical techniques and computational modeling in a HPEM effects context is also discussed. Insight on HPEM effects experimental techniques and the standards which can be used to control tests is provided, and the validity of analytical techniques and computational modeling in a HPEM effects context is discussed. This book dispels myths, clarifies good experimental practice and ultimately draws conclusions on the HPEM interaction with electronics by Richard Hoad + 2more ( 320 Pages )

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Microwave Engineering: Principle and Devices

  The book deals with fundamental concept, theory and designs, as well as applications of microwaves in details. In addition it also describes EMI and EMC, Microwave hazards, and applications of microwaves in medicals. Radars and Radar devices, and MASERS have also been described properly in this book. Microwave antennas have been explained with emphasis on theory of operation and design procedures. The book also focuses on microwave measurements along with necessary requirements and different methods of measurement. by R.L. Yadava ( Kindle & Paperback )

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RF & Microwave Transmission Lines book.
RF & Microwave Transmission Lines 

Our modern technical world utilizes conduits for the transmission of electronic waves of all types, shapes, and frequencies amongst which, radio waves, lasers, infra-red beams, microwaves are just a few examples.
This book breaks apart this fascinating subject into its component parts and presents a clear view of the subject of Electromagnetic (EM) waves in an understandable fashion and explores many new aspects of this remarkable subject.
Moreover, this book not only provides the scientific foundation of our modern transmission lines in simple terms but also explores a myriad of applications and design techniques leading to a plethora of useful structures. by Matthew M. Radmanesh ( 401 pages )

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Foundations for Radio Frequency Engineering book by Geyi Wen
Foundations For Radio Frequency Engineering

The book provides coverage of the fundamental topics in microwave engineering, antennas and wave propagation, and EMC, including antennas and wave propagation, microwave circuits, principles of EMC designs, by Geyi Wen (668 pages)…..LINK for FULL DETAILS & to PURCHASE


Radio Frequency Principles and Applications: book by Albert A. Smith, Jr.
Radio Frequency Principles and Applications:

The Generation, Propagation, and Reception of Signals and Noise
Now you can have all the information you need on real-world applications of electromagnetic theory, including the prediction, analysis, and measurement of electromagnetic fields and their effects. by Albert A. Smith, Jr. ( 240 pages )….LINK for FULL DETAILS & to PURCHASE


Introduction to Radio Frequency Design

A thorough treatment of the fundamental methods of radio frequency design using mathematics as needed to develop intuition for RF circuits and systems. by W H Hayward ( 383 pages )…..LINK for FULL DETAILS & to PURCHASE 


Introduction to Radio Frequency Design book by
An Introduction to Radio Frequency Engineering

This book provides a detailed introduction to RF engineering, using a straightforward approach combined with numerous worked examples, and homework problems, by Christopher Coleman. ( 334 pages )…..LINK for FULL DETAILS & to PURCHASE


An Introduction to Radio Frequency Engineering book by Christopher Coleman
Radio Frequency Electronics book by Jon B. Hagen
Radio-Frequency Electronics: Circuits and Applications

Radio-Frequency Electronics introduces the basic concepts and key circuits of radio-frequency systems. It covers the fundamental principles applying to all radio devices, from wireless single-chip data transceivers to high-power broadcast transmitters. by Jon B. Hagen ( 452 pages )…..LINK for FULL DETAILS & to PURCHASE


Microwave Engineering: Concepts and Fundamentals

This book covers everything from wave propagation to reflection and refraction, guided waves, and transmission lines, providing a comprehensive understanding of the underlying principles at the core of microwave engineering by Ahmad Shahid Khan ( 800 pages )
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Microwave Engineering: Concepts and Fundamentals book by Khan

Electromagnetic Books

The description of one of the books below says “The study of electromagnetic field theory is required for proper understanding of every device wherein electricity is used for operation”. This is very true, hence the inclusion in the EMC Library of five Electromagnetic books

Book on Electromagnetic Fields
Electromagnetic Fields

The study of electromagnetic field theory is required for proper understanding of every device wherein electricity is used for operation. The proposed textbook on electromagnetic fields covers all the generic and unconventional topics including electrostatic boundary value problems involving two- and three-dimensional Laplacian fields and one- and two- dimensional Poissonion fields, and EMC by Dr. Ahmad Shahid Khan (786 pages)….. LINK for FULL DETAILS & to PURCHASE


Electromagnetic Radiation: History, Theory and Research

Our dependence on electromagnetic radiation includes transportation, communication, entertainment and health. Consequently electromagnetic fields interact with tissue structures of living systems as human beings, promoting a great interest in natural sciences while improving our knowledge to develop new and better diagnostic procedures by Constantinos Koutsojannis (133 pages)
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A Book on Electromagnetic Radiation
Electromagnetic Theory for EMC Engineers

Engineers and scientists who develop and install electronic devices and circuits need to have a solid understanding of electromagnetic theory and the electromagnetic behavior of devices and circuits. In particular, they must be well-versed in EMC, which minimizes and controls the side effects of interconnected electric devices by Tze-Chuen Toh (384 pages)…….LINK for FULL DETAILS & to PURCHASE


Electromagnetic Theory for EMC Engineers Book
Electromagnetic Waves book
Electromagnetic Waves

The book begins with a detailed treatment of the mathematics of Maxwell’s equations. It follows with a discussion of polarization, delves into propagation in various media, devotes four chapters to guided propagation, links the concepts to practical applications, and concludes with radiation, diffraction, coherence, and radiation statistics by Carlo G. Someda E.E., M.S.E.E. Ph.D. (596 pages)
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Essentials of Electromagnetics for Engineering by David A. de Wolf book
Essentials of Electromagnetics for Engineering

The author begins by examining Coulomb’s law and simple electrostatics, covering in depth the concepts of fields and potentials. He then progresses to magnetostatics and Maxwell’s equations. This approach leads naturally to a discussion of electrodynamics and the treatment of wave propagation, waveguides, transmission lines, and antennas by David A. de Wolf (524 pages)
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Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Books

ESD books covering basic principles, ESD testing and specific applications are listed below. There are currently twelve books in this section.

ESD Understand, Simulate + Fix Problems Book
ESD, Understand, Simulate & Fix Problems

A thorough and concise treatment of ESD Recognizing its methodic, step-by-step attack of the electrostatic discharge (ESD) problem, the initial release of this book was quoted by specialists as “the most thorough and concise treatment of the broad ESD continuum that is available.” Now in its Third Edition, this book delivers the same trusted coverage of the topic while also incorporating recent technological advances that have taken place in the engineering community. The book begins with the basics of ESD for humans and objects, and goes on to cover: Effects of ESD coupled to electronics Principal ESD specifications ESD diagnostics and testing Design for ESD immunity To help with troubleshooting, many ESD case histories are given along with their successful fixes. Electrostatic Discharge is essential reading for all designers who want to avoid component failures, no trouble found incidents, and random errors. by Michel Mardiguian (320 pages)

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ESD and Electronic Equipment Book
Electrostatic Discharge and Electronic Equipment: A Practical Guide for Designing to Prevent ESD Problems

This book was written to take the mystery out of ESD. It explains how ESD is generated, and how it affects electronic equipment. This explanation brings ESD out of the realm of black magic and into the sphere of science. Even more important, this book explains how to design equipment to prevent ESD problems. This discussion of ESD design solutions not only includes design guidelines, but explains why they work. It also exposes myths that have developed about ESD and why they are incorrect. Finally, this book discusses the methods of testing for ESD problems. This discussion covers not only the test hardware, but also test procedures and methods that ensure meaningful results. by Warren Boxleitner (118 pages)

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ESD Basics book
ESD Basics: From Semiconductor Manufacturing to Product Use

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) continues to impact semiconductor manufacturing, semiconductor components and systems, as technologies scale from micro- to nano electronics. This book introduces the fundamentals of ESD, electrical overstress (EOS), electromagnetic interference (EMI), electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), and latchup, as well as provides a coherent overview of the semiconductor manufacturing environment and the final system assembly. It provides an illuminating look into the integration of ESD protection networks followed by examples in specific technologies, circuits, and chips.  by Dr. Steven H. Voldman, IEEE Fellow (240 pages)

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The ESD Control Program Handbook
The ESD Control Program

Provides the understanding and practical skills needed to develop an effective ESD control program for manufacturing, storage, and handling of ESD sensitive components This essential guide to ESD control programs explains the principles and practice of ESD control in an easily accessible way by JEREMY M SMALLWOOD (544 pages)
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ESD Physics and Devices book
ESD: Physics and Devices

This volume is the first in a series of three books addressing ESD physics, devices, circuits and design across the full range of integrated circuit technologies. Voldman presents an introduction to the field for engineers and researchers requiring a solid grounding in this area by Dr Steven H. Voldman (420 pages)
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Basic ESD and I/O Design book
Basic ESD and I/O Design

This volume presents an integrated treatment of ESD, I/O, and process parameter interactions that both I/O designers and process designers can use. It examines key factors in I/O and ESD design and testing, and helps the reader consider ESD and reliability issues up front when making I/O choices by SANJAY DABRAL PhD (328 pages)
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ESD in Silicon Integrated Circuits book
ESD in Silicon Integrated Circuits

 This book examines the methods available for circuit protection. It provides guidance on the implementation of circuit protection measures, and Includes new sections on ESD design rules, layout approaches, package effects, and circuit concepts by E. Ajith Amerasekera (424 pages)
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System Level ESD Co-Design

An effective protection of electronic system against ESD specified by IEC 61000-4-2 is paramount for any system design. This book presents the collective knowledge of system designers and system testing experts for achieving system-level ESD protection by Charvaka Duvvury (424 pages)
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System Level ESD Co-Design book
ESD Testing book
ESD Testing

With the evolution of semiconductor technology , testing of semiconductors to systems for ESD and electrical overstress (EOS) has increased in importance. This book updates the reader in the new tests, test models, and techniques in the characterization of semiconductor components for ESD, EOS, and latchup by Dr Steven H. Voldman, IEEE Fellow (328 pages)
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ESD Design and Synthesis

ESD impacts semiconductor components and systems as technologies scale from micro- to nano-electronics. This book studies electrical overstress, ESD, and latchup from a whole-chip ESD design synthesis approach. It provides a clear insight into the integration of ESD protection networks from a generalist perspective by Dr. Steven H. Voldman, IEEE Fellow (290 pages)
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ESD Design and Synthesis book
ESD Circuits and Devices book
ESD Circuits and Devices

ESD: Circuits and Devices provides a clear picture of layout and design of digital, analog, RF and power applications for protection from ESD, electrical overstress (EOS), and latchup phenomena from a generalist perspective and design synthesis practices providing solutions in advanced technologies by Dr. Steven H. Voldman (560 pages)
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ESD Failure Mechanisms and Models

This book studies electrical overstress, ESD, and latchup from a failure analysis and case-study approach. It provides a clear insight into the physics of failure from a generalist perspective, followed by investigation of failure mechanisms in specific technologies, circuits, and systems by Dr Steven H. Voldman (408 pages)
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ESD Failure Mechanisms and Models book.

Lightning Books

Lightning strikes create phenomenally strong Electromagnetic Waves. These can both disrupt and damage electronic devices and systems, unless they are designed to be immune. At the moment there are seven Lightning books in this section, but we are seeking more.

Lightning Electromagnetics: Electrical processes and effects (Volume 2) 
by Vernon Cooray, Farhad Rachidi , Marcos Rubinstein
Lightning Electromagnetics: Electrical processes and effects (Volume 2)

Lightning is important for all scientists and engineers involved with electric installations. It is gaining further relevance since climate warming is causing an increase in lightning strikes, and since the rising numbers of renewable power generators, the electricity grid, and charging infrastructure are susceptible to lightning damage. Chapter coverage includes various models and simulations of lightning strokes, measurements of lightning-generated EM fields, HF, VHF and microwave radiation, and lightning location systems; atmospheric discharge processes, lightning strikes to grounded structures and towers, EM field propagation, etc. by Vernon Cooray, Farhad Rachidi, & Marcos Rubinstein (666 pages)

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Lightning 
by Martin A. Uman  Kindle
Lightning

Awesome to any beholder, lightning has been a subject of intense interest to scientists curious about its exact physical nature. There was a dearth of comprehensive scientific literature on the subject until the publication of this volume. It features remarkable clarity and a minimum of mathematical notation, making it accessible to non specialists.
Dr. Uman, whose own work has contributed greatly to understanding the physics of lightning, presents a general introduction to lightning phenomena and terminology, lightning photography, electrical and magnetic field measurements, and current measurements etc. by Martin A. Uman (Kindle & Hardcover 264 pages )

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Principles of Lightning Physics book
Principles of Lightning Physics

 presents and discusses the most up-to-date physical concepts that govern many lightning events in nature, including lightning interactions with man-made structures, at a level suitable for researchers, advanced students and well-educated lightning enthusiasts by Vladislav Mazur (184 pages)
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Lightning Electromagnetics: Return stroke modelling and electromagnetic radiation book
Lightning Electromagnetics: Return stroke modelling and electromagnetic radiation 

coverage includes various models and simulations of lightning strokes, measurements of lightning-generated EM fields, HF, VHF and microwave radiation, atmospheric discharge processes, lightning strikes to grounded structures and towers, EM field propagation, interaction with cables, effects on power transmission and distribution systems by Vernon Cooray (471 pages)
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There are more books to come.

Lightning Physics and Effects book
Lightning: Physics and Effects 

 is the first book that covers essentially all aspects of lightning, including lightning physics, lightning protection and the interaction of lightning with a variety of objects and systems as well as with the environment by Vladimir A. Rakov & Martin A. Uman (698 pages)
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Lightning Physics and Lightning Protection book
Lightning Physics and Lightning Protection

The book studies the action of lightning’s electrical and magnetic fields and the lightning current on industrial premises, power transmission lines, underground communications, aircraft and their electrical circuits, and the induction of a dangerous overvoltage by Eduard M. Bazelyan & Yuri P. Raizer (336 pages)
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Lightning Engineering: Physics, Computer-based Test-bed, Protection of Ground and Airborne Systems
Lightning Engineering: Physics, Computer-based Test-bed, Protection of Ground and Airborne Systems

This book presents measures of lightning threat analysis to aircraft and electric power systems, protection measures to be used in high-voltage to low-voltage computer and communication systems, as well as to commercial and domestic buildings.by Paul Hoole & Samuel Hoole (320 pages)
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People who browsed the EMC books above also viewed the three books below from the Product Compliance Library.

Product Safety Handbook
Electrical Safety Handbook
Explosion-Proof Equipment in Hazardous Area book