Ability to carry out design-related analysis of a electromagnetic systems and device;
Development of skills in technical quantitative engineering analysis for systems containing components whose behavior is governed by electrodynamics; e.g. transmission lines, anteneas, waveguides, etc.
Impart knowledge of fabrication, assembly, and cost of manufacture issues for systems containing components whose behavior is governed by electrodynamics
E C E 320
( 3 Credits )
Static and dynamic electromagnetic fields; forces and work in electromechanical systems; magnetic circuits; plane wave propagation; reflection of plane waves; generalized transmission line equations; current and voltage on transmission lines; impedance transformation and matching; Smith charts.
ECE 220; Math 319 or 320 or concurrent registration, or consent of instructor
Department: ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGR College: College of Engineering