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Electromagnetics Waves

By Tapan V Nahar , Yuvraj Saini

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Specifications of Electromagnetics Waves

Book Details

  • 978-93-83644-64-3
  • English
  • 2019
  • -
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Contents

  • Unit 1. Introduction: Objective, scope and outcome of the course.


    Unit 2. Transmission Lines: Equations of Voltage and Current on TX line, Propagation constant and characteristic impedance, and reflection coefficient and VSWR, Impedance Transformation on Loss-less and Low loss Transmission line, Power transfer on TX line, Smith Chart, Admittance Smith
    Chart, Applications of transmission lines: Impedance Matching, use transmission line sections as circuit elements.


    Unit 3. Maxwell’s Equations: Basics of Vectors, Vector calculus, Basic laws of Electromagnetics, Maxwell’s Equations, Boundary conditions at Media Interface.


    Unit 4. Uniform Plane Wave: Uniform plane wave, Propagation of wave, Wave polarization, Poincare’s Sphere, Wave propagation in conducting medium, phase and group velocity, Power flow and Poynting vector, Surface current and power loss in a conductor.


    Unit 5. Plane Waves at a Media Interface: Plane wave in arbitrary direction, Reflection and refraction at dielectric interface, Total internal reflection, wave polarization at media interface, Reflection from a conducting boundary.


    Unit 6. Waveguides: Wave propagation in parallel plate waveguide, Analysis of waveguide general approach, Rectangular waveguide, Modal propagation in rectangular waveguide, Surface currents on the waveguide walls, Field visualization, Attenuation in waveguide.


    Unit 7. Radiation: Solution for potential function, Radiation from the Hertz dipole,
    Power radiated by hertz dipole, Radiation Parameters of antenna, receiving
    antenna, Monopole and Dipole antenna