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DEPARTMENT of ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING. INTERNATIONAL BURCH UNIVERSITY. ELECTROMAGNETİC WAVE THEORY 201 1 -201 2 Spring Term. Prof: Moamer Hasanovic Assist: Emina Alickovic mhasanovic@ibu.edu.ba , ealickovic@ibu.edu.ba. Timetable and office hours.

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  1. DEPARTMENT of ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL BURCH UNIVERSITY ELECTROMAGNETİC WAVE THEORY 2011-2012 Spring Term Prof: MoamerHasanovic Assist: Emina Alickovicmhasanovic@ibu.edu.ba, ealickovic@ibu.edu.ba

  2. Timetable and office hours • Class Schedule: Thursday 11:00-13:45 • Tutorials: Thursday 14:00-15:45 • Office Hour: Open Door Policy

  3. Course Objectives • To teach fundamental concepts of electromagnetic wave propagation in various environments including guided waves and free space propagation. • The instructor and participants will discuss antennas, waveguides and other devices that use electromagnetic waves to transfer information. • Finally, specific simulation tools used to model and simulate electromagnetic devices will be introduced and practiced.

  4. Textbooks • D. K. Cheng, “Field and Wave Electromagnetics”, Addison-Wesley, 1989, ISBN: 0201128195 • D. M. Pozar, “Microwave Engineering”, Wiley, 2004, ISBN: 0471448788C. • W. L. Stutzman, G. A. Thiele, “Antenna Theory and Design”, John Wiley & Sons, 1998, ISBN: 0470576649 • D. J. Grifiths, “Introduction to Electrodynamics”, Prentice Hall, 1999, ISBN: 013805326X • F. T. Ulaby, “Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics”, Pearson, 2006, ISBN: 0132413264 • H. A. Haus, J. R. Melcher, “Electromagnetic Fields and Energy”, Prentice Hall, 1989, ISBN: 013249020X

  5. Brief Contents • Course overview • Plane electromagnetic waves. • Introduction to microwave engineering. Concept of physical and electrical length. Microwave frequencies and microwave applications. Software used in microwave engineering. • Introduction to transmission line theory • S-matrix and s-parameters. Return loss and insertion loss. Concept of dBs. • Open and short ended transmission line. Quarterwave transformer. Visualization of quarterwave transformer concept. Introduction to Ansoft designer.

  6. Brief Contents • Planar transmission line technology. Switching from electrical to physical parameters. Transmission line tool in Ansoft designer. Practical uses of microstrip and stripline. Fabrication of planar transmission lines and circuits • Introduction to Smith chart. Practical exercises on Smith chart • Practical exercises in Ansoft designer • Impedance matching using discrete elements. Impedance matching using distributed elements. Single stub tuning • Waveguides and cavities. Concept of TEM electromagnetic waves. Rectangular waveguide. Cutoff frequencies. Resonant cavities • ntroduction to antennas and radiation. Classification of antennas. How antennas radiate. Antenna parameters. Antennas in communication links

  7. Grading • Homework 20% • Quizzes 20% • Midterm 25% • Final Exam 25% • Instructor’s Discretion 10%

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