Electromagnetic fields and waves, Electrical Engineering

QUESTION: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves

(a) Illustrate with help of diagrams the Cartesian, Cylindrical and Spherical coordinate systems.

(b) Lay down the assumptions for a planar or Transverse Electro Magnetic (TEM) wave.

(c) Give an example of how Faraday's law could be applied in situations of heavy lightning.

(d) Write the equations of Maxwell for free space.

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