Electromagnetic Wave Transmission (E C E 420) Syllabus
Course Learning Outcomes
Course Learning Outcome
Knowledge of methods of guided (transmission lines and waveguides) and unguided (antennas and free-space links) electromagnetic wave transmission in communications and sensing systems
Analytical tools used in the design of such systems. Students will be able to use different strategies to achieve impedance matching in microwave networks; students will understand wave reflection and transmission in one-dimensional structures like waveguides
Dimensional space at dielectric and conducting boundaries.
Electromagnetic Wave Transmission
E C E 420
( 3 Credits )
Transmission lines: frequency domain analysis of radio frequency and microwave transmission circuits including power relations and graphical and computer methods. Electromagnetic waves: planar optical components, pulse dispersion, phase front considerations for optical components, conducting waveguides, dielectric waveguides. Radiation: retarded potentials, elemental dipoles, radiating antenna characterization, receiving mode.
Department: ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGR College: College of Engineering