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Encompassing the principles of electromagnetic radiators, this course will review the general properties of the radiation fields of given sources and design them as required in order to achieve a given radiation field pattern. Topics covered include: wave equation and its solution; antenna fundamentals; various antennas (i.e. wire, loop, antenna, arrays, Yagi-Uda, horn, parabolic, patch and broadband antennas); application of antennas in communication links and radar; and Method of Moments (MOM).

Course Highlights:

  • Fundamental Parameters
  • Linear antennas
  • Array antennas
  • Integral Equations
  • Broadband antennas
  • Antenna Modelling
  • Antenna Measurements
Prerequisites:
This is an advanced course in Electrical Engineering. Students are expected to have knowledge of Electromagnetics Theory, Vector Algebra, and Calculus. This class uses antenna software such as MATLAB and EZNEC for modelling and simulations.      
 

Course Number: EE-40129
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)
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