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Course Format
Synchronous Online

This course examines transmission systems used to control the propagation of electromagnetic traveling waves with principal focus emphasizing microwave and millimeter-wave applications. The course reviews standard transmission line systems together with Maxwell’s equations and uses them to establish basic system concepts such as reflection coefficient, characteristic impedance, input impedance, impedance matching, and standing wave ratio. Specific structures are analyzed and described in terms of these basic concepts, including coaxial, rectangular, and circular waveguides, surface waveguides, striplines, microstrips, coplanar waveguides, slotlines, and finlines. Actual transmission circuits are characterized using the concepts and analytical tools developed.

Course Prerequisite(s)

Knowledge of intermediate electromagnetics as covered in EN.525.605 Intermediate Electromagnetics.

Course Offerings

There are no sections currently offered, however you can view a sample syllabus from a prior section of this course.