EE 3407. ELECTROMAGNETICS. 4 Hours.
Time varying electric and magnetic fields; electromagnetic (EM) sources. Laws governing EM fields and sources. Circuit and transmission line. Wave propagation on transmission line. Power flow and impedance matching. Dividers and couplers. Applications of EM theory in energy conversion. Antenna concept, EM wave radiation and polarization. Applications of EM theory in energy conversion. Waves in unbounded medium. Waves in medium with planar interfaces. Wave reflection, transmission, and scattering. Fundamentals and applications of rectangular waveguides. Fundamentals of antenna. Friis' transmission formula. Applications of EM theory in optical transmission, wireless communications, and radar. Prerequisite: Must be in the professional EE program and C or better in each of the following: EE 2347, PHYS 1444, and EE 3346 (or concurrent enrollment).