MA 3253, PH 2223). Three hours lecture. Introduction to
engineering electromagnetics with applications. Vector analysis, static
and time-varying electromagnetic fields, wave propagation, and
Grade of C or better in ECE 3313). Three hour lecture.
Waveguides and cavity resonators, fiber optics, antennas,
electromagnetic compatibility, analytical and numerical solution
techniques in electromagnetics.
(Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ECE 3323 ). Three hours lecture.
Introduction to antennas and electromagnetic radiation, antenna design
and analysis, antenna performance measures, antenna types, and antenna
Theory & Techniques
(Prerequisite:Grade of C or better in ECE 3323
or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Introduction to RF and
microwave engineering, unguided and guided wave types, transmission
lines, waveguides, microwave networks, impedance matching techniques,
and microwave components.
(Prerequisite: ECE 3323 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture.
Introduction to EMC EMC standards, EMC measurements emissions and
susceptibility, non-ideal behavior of components, signal spectra,
crosstalk and shielding.
Medical Applications in
to the recent advancements in nano and biotechnology, engineers
have become an
integral part of designing new technologies for next generation medical
devices. Some of
these technologies are directly related to electromagnetics and its
applications. To name a
few: 1) Early cancer detection using microwaves, 2) Wireless data
implantable or body centric systems, 3) Hyperthermia for cancer
treatment, 4) Magnetic
Resonance Imaging, , and 5) Deep brain and nerve stimulation. This
concentrate on the first three application areas.