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1.1 Functions of this Part
1.2 Repetition will occur
1.3 Origin of these notes
ELECTRODYNAMIC FUNDAMENTALS
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Notation
2.3 Source and Vortex Concepts
2.4 Maxwell’s Equations
2.4.1 The Continuity Equation
2.4.2 Maxwell’s Equations in Free Space
2.4.3 Effects of Material Bodies
2.4.4 Source and vortex interpretation
2.4.5 More compact forms
2.4.6 Differential form
2.4.7 Integral form
2.5 Models for Simple Media
2.5.1 General remarks
2.5.2 Ideal dielectric
2.5.3 Simple magnetic medium
2.5.4 Caution
2.6 Depolarising and Demagnetising Factors
2.6.1 Applied and total fields
2.6.4 Depolarising and demagnetising factors
2.6.5 Relations between the factors
2.6.6 Factors for simple shapes
2.7 Boundary conditions
2.7.1 Boundary characterisation
2.7.4 The general case
2.7.5 Imperfect conductors
2.7.6 Two insulating media
2.7.7 One perfect conductor
2.8 Poynting Vectors
2.8.1 Energy and Power
2.8.2 Real Poynting vector
2.8.3 Complex Poynting vector
2.9 Electromagnetic Waves
2.9.1 Fundamental Equations
2.9.2 Wave terminology
2.9.3 Uniform plane wave solutions
2.9.4 Power flow in uniform plane waves
2.9.5 Reflection at metallic boundaries
2.9.6 Plane Wave Propagation in Conducting Media
2.10 Retarded Potentials
2.10.1 Static potentials
2.10.2 Time varying fields
2.10.3 Propagation time effects
2.10.4 The retarded potentials
2.10.5 Derivation of fields
2.10.6 Treasure uncovered
2.10.7 Relations between the potentials
2.11 The Lorentz Reciprocity Theorem
2.11.1 Differential form
2.11.2 Integral Form
2.11.3 Special cases
2.12 Litanies
2.12.1 Vector Identities
2.12.2 The Smith Chart
2.12.3 Recitation
SCATTERING PARAMETERS
3.1 Introduction
3.2 A Brief Review of Transmission Lines
3.3 Definition of the S-Parameters
3.3.1 Some Unsuitable Parameters
3.3.2 The S-Parameters
3.4 Measuring the Parameters
3.4.1 The H parameters
3.4.2 The S-parameters
3.5 Multiple-Port Networks
3.6 The Use of S-Parameters
3.6.1 A Reciprocal Network
3.6.2 A Lossless Network
3.6.3 A Lossy Network
3.7 A Change in Reference Plane
ELECTROMAGNETIC CIRCUIT THEORY
4.1 A Simplified Version
4.2 The Circuit Representation
4.2.1 Introduction
4.2.2 Introduction of Equivalent Voltage and Current
4.2.3 Example
4.3 Properties of One Port Circuits
4.3.1 Introduction
4.3.2 A Poynting vector theorem
4.3.3 Interpretation in equivalent voltage and currents
4.3.4 Foster’s reactance theorem
4.4 N-Port Circuits
4.5. SCATTERING MATRIX FORMULATION 49
4.4.1 Symmetry of the immitance matrix
4.5 Scattering Matrix Formulation
4.5.1 Change of reference planes
4.5.2 Symmetry of the scattering matrix
4.5.3 Lossless junctions
4.6 Two Port Junctions
4.6.1 General two-port junction
4.6.2 Lossless two-port junctions
4.7 Properties of Higher Order Junctions
4.7.1 General theorems about T-junctions
4.7.2 Waveguide junctions with four arms
4.7.3 The Magic Tee
4.8 Non-reciprocal devices
RESONANT CAVITIES
5.1 Introduction
5.1.1 The Cavity Concept
5.1.2 Uses of Resonant Cavities
5.1.3 Cavity Coupling Systems
5.2 Derivation of Cavity Modes
5.2.1 Exercise
5.3 Cavity Equivalent Circuits
5.3.1 Calculation of Circuit Elements
5.3.2 Cavity Quality Factors
5.4 Cavity Measurements
5.5 Cavity Coupling Systems
SUMMARY OF FORMULAE
A.1 Physical Constants
A.2 Vector Calculus
A.3 Transmission Lines
A.3.1 Characteristic Impedance
A.3.2 Voltage Reflection factor
A.3.3 Transformation Along a Line
A.3.6 Lossless Line Case
A.3.7 Short Circuit Lossless Line
A.3.8 Open Circuit Lossless Line
A.3.9 Quarter Wave Transformers
A.4 Co-axial Lines
A.4.1 Co-axial Line Fields
A.4.2 Capacitance and Inductance
A.4.3 Characteristic Impedance
A.5 Twin Lines
A.6 Poynting Vectors
A.6.1 Real Poynting Vector
A.6.2 Complex Poynting Vector
A.7 Skin effect
A.8 Radiation
A.8.1 Electric and Magnetic Dipole Fields
A.8.2 Comparisons
A.8.3 The Radian Sphere
A.8.4 Antenna gains
A.8.5 Radiation Resistances
A.8.6 Gain and Effective Area
A.9 Lumped Elements
A.9.1 Axial Field of a Circular Coil
A.9.2 Inductance Calculations
B.6 Remanent Magnetisation
C.1 References on Electromagnetic Compatibility
C.2 Elementary Texts on Electrodynamics
C.3 Demagnetising Factors
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