DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGG.Course PlanDepartment
: ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGG.Subject
: Electromagnetic WavesSemester & branch
: 4th E & CName of the faculty
: HSM, MSK, VKP, PKNo of contact hours/week: 04 Hrs/weekAssignment portion
Submitted by: M. SATHISH KUMAR(Signature of the coordinator)Date:
(Signature of HOD)
Date: (Page 1 of 5)Course Objectives
At the end of this course, student should be able to:
CO1. Describe the basic principles of Electrostatics and Magnetostatics.
CO2. Apply the governing laws such as Gauss law, Amperes Law, Biot-Savart law and Faradays law for analyzing of electromagnetic systems.
CO3. Determine the characteristics of Electromagnetic fields at the interface between two different media, by applying boundary conditions.
CO4. List various Maxwell's equations in both integral and differential forms and apply them to time-varying fields.
CO5. Describe the principle of electromagnetic wave propagation in loss less and lossy media.
CO6. Calculate transmission and reflection coefficients for normal and oblique incidence of TEM waves.
CO7. Determine parameters associated with waves on lossless and lossy media.
(Page 2 of 5)Lecture no. Topic to be covered
L1Review of Vector analysis, Cartesian co-ordinate systems
L2Cylindrical co-ordinate systems & Conversion from one to other
L3Spherical co-ordinate systems & Conversion from one to other
L5Coulomb's law and its applications, Electric field intensity
L6Field due to point charges, Field due to point line charge
L7Field due to surface charge and volume charge
L9Electric flux and electric flux density, Gauss's law, Gauss's law applications
L10Maxwells Equation, Divergence, Gauss divergence theorem
L11Energy, Force, PD, PD due to Point Charge, PD due to ring charge, Potential Gradient,
L13Dipole, Energy in E field
L14Ohm's law, continuity equations, Boundary Conditions
L15Dielectrics, Boundary Conditions, Relaxation time,
L17Capacitance, Capacitance of coaxial cable, Capacitance two-wire transmission lines
L18Poisson's and Laplace's equations, solution to Laplace's equations
L19Magnetic field intensity, Biot-Savart's law, Ampere's law
(Page 3 of 5)Lecture no.Topic to be covered
L22Flux, Flux Density, Scalar vector potentials
L23Magnetic vector potentials, Boundary Conditions
L25Faraday's law, Displacement Current, Torque
L29Maxwell's equations in integral and point form for free space and material media,
L30Maxwell's equations in Sinusoidal form
L31Retarded Potentials, Problems
L33Wave Equations and its solutions
L34Uniform Plane wave
L35Wave Propagation in Free space
L37Wave Propagation in Dielectric
L38Poyinting vector and complex Poyinting vector, Skin effect
(Page 4 of 5)Lecture no.Topic to be covered
L39Wave Polarization, Normal Incidence
L42Transmission and reflection coefficients
L43Standing Wave Ratio, Multiple Interfaces
L45Propagation of EM Waves
L46Propagation in General Directions, Oblique Incidence
L47Total Internal Reflection, Brewster Angle
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MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
(A constituent college of Manipal University, Manipal)
Manipal Karnataka 576 104