EO2652 Fields, Waves, and Electromagnetic Engineering

This course covers electromagnetic field theory and engineering applications. Static electric and magnetic field theory is developed and Maxwell's equations are presented. Applications include plane wave propagation, analysis and design of transmission lines, wave guides, resonators, and high frequency components. Labs provide practical experience with microwave instruments, components, and measurement techniques. The objective of the course is to provide a foundation for subsequent study of microwave engineering, antennas, scattering, and radio wave propagation for application in the areas of communications, radar, and electronic warfare.

Prerequisite

MA1116 and PH1322; or consent of instructor

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

1

Quarter Offered

  • As Required