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Course Code ECE307 Course Category Course Title ANTENNA ENGINEERING Courses with numerical and conceptual focus Course Planner 14668::Surjeet Kumar Lectures 3.0 Tutorials Practicals Credits 0.0 0.0 3.0

TextBooks Sr No T-1 Title Antenna and Wave Propagation Reference Books Sr No R-1 R-2 Title Antenna Theory Antennas Author Constantine A. Balanis John D Kraus Edition 3rd 3rd Year 2005 2004 Publisher Name Wiley Tata McGraw Hill Author K.D. Prasad Edition 2nd Year 2004 Publisher Name Tech India Publications

Relevant Websites Sr No RW-1 RW-2 RW-3 RW-4 RW-5 RW-6 (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT-%20Guwahati/em/index.htm http://www-antenna.ee.titech.ac.jp/~hira/hobby/edu/em/em.html http://educypedia.karadimov.info/electronics/javarfantennas.htm http://www.propagation.gatech.edu/ECE6390/notes/opencourse.htm http://iitd.vlab.co.in/?sub=65&brch=180 http://www.slideserve.com/montana/smart-antenna-systems-an-overview-ee-525antenna-engineering Salient Features Fundamentals of Antennas and Radiating systems and Antenna Parameters Polarization, standing wave, reflection and transmission Animation and types of Antenna Video Lecture and Notes on Electromagnetic Waves, Maxwell's Equations Basic Antenna Theory, Antenna and Dish Antenna and Noise Engineering Electro-magnetics Laboratory: Radiation Pattern of Horn Antenna, Antenna Gain measurement PPT on Smart Antenna System

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks) Weeks before MTE Weeks After MTE Spill Over 7 6 2

Detailed Plan For Lectures

understand and be able to demonstrate about the Current Distribution on a Thin Wire Antenna after completion of this lecture Introduction to Antenna theory (Types of Antenna) R-1:1-1.4 To Learn the Current Distribution on a Thin Wire Antenna Introduction to Antenna theory (Smart Antennas) RW-6 To learn about the Smart A Student is expected Antennas to know.2 RW-3 To learn the various Types of Antenna Introduction to Antenna theory (Radiation Mechanism) To learn the Radiation mechanism of Antenna Lecture 2 Introduction to Antenna theory (Current Distribution on a Thin Wire Antenna) R-1:1-1. understand and be able to demonstrate about the various definitions of Antenna after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about about the Smart Antennas after completion of this lecture .1 A Student is expected to know. Planned Week 1 Lecture 1 Introduction to Antenna theory (Introduction) R-1:1-1. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Radiation mechanism of Antenna after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. Lecture Description Relevant Websites.Week Number Lecture Number Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of Text/reference books Other Readings. software and Virtual Labs RW-4 To learn the various definitions of Antenna Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Demonstration/ Case Study / Images / animation / ppt etc. Audio Visual Aids. understand and be able to demonstrate about the various Â Types of Antenna after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.

2 Antenna parameters(Introduction) R-1:2-2. understand of Antenna and be able to demonstrate about the Radiation Power Density of Antenna after completion of this lecture To learn about the Radiation Pattern of Antenna A Student is expected to know.1 RW-1 To Learn the introduction of fundamental parameter of Antenna A Student is expected to know.2 To learn about the Radiation Pattern of Antenna Antenna parameters(Radiation Power Density) R-1:2-2.3 To learn about the A Student is expected Radiation Power Density to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the introduction of fundamental parameter of Antenna after completion of this lecture Lecture 3 Antenna parameters(Radiation Power Density) R-1:2-2. understand and be able to demonstrate about Â the Radiation Pattern of Antenna after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the introduction of fundamental parameter of Antenna after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.3 Antenna parameters(Radiation Pattern) R-1:2-2. understand of Antenna and be able to demonstrate about the Radiation Power Density of Antenna after completion of this lecture To learn about the A Student is expected Radiation Power Density to know.1 RW-1 To Learn the introduction of fundamental parameter of Antenna .Week 1 Lecture 2 Antenna parameters(Introduction) R-1:2-2. understand and be able to demonstrate about Â the Radiation Pattern of Antenna after completion of this lecture Antenna parameters(Radiation Pattern) R-1:2-2.

understand and be able to demonstrate about the Gain of Antenna after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about after completion of this lecture Antenna parameters(Directivity) R-1:2-2.9 To learn about the Gain of Antenna Lecture 6 Antenna parameters(Antenna efficiency.4 To learn about the Radiation intensity of Antenna A Student is expected to know.11 To learn about the Bandwidth of Antenna .5 To learn about the Beamwidth of Antenna Week 3 Lecture 7 Antenna parameters(Bandwidth) R-1:2-2.6 To learn about the Directivity of Antenna A Student is expected to know.8 To learn about the Antenna efficiency of Antenna Antenna parameters(Beamwidth) R-1:2-2.) R-1:2-2.Week 2 Lecture 4 Antenna parameters(Radiation intensity) R-1:2-2. understand and be able to demonstrate about Â the Beamwidth of Antenna after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Antenna efficiency of Antenna after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Bandwidth of Antenna after completion of this lecture Lecture 5 Antenna parameters(Gain) R-1:2-2. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Directivity of Antenna after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.

understand and be able to demonstrate about the Polarization of the Electromagnetic Waves Â after completion of this lecture Lecture 8 Polarization of Waves (Polarization) R-1:2-2.12 Test 1 To learn about the Linear A Student is expected Polarization of the to know.12 RW-2 To learn about the Polarization of the Electromagnetic Waves Lecture 9 Week 4 Lecture 10 Polarization of Waves(Linear Polarization) R-1:2-2. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Circular Polarization of the Electromagnetic Waves Â after completion of this lecture Polarization of Waves(Circular Polarization) R-1:2-2.Week 3 Lecture 7 Polarization of Waves (Polarization) R-1:2-2. understand Electromagnetic Waves and be able to demonstrate about the Linear Polarization of the Electromagnetic Waves Â after completion of this lecture To learn about the Circular Polarization of the Electromagnetic Waves A Student is expected to know. understand the Electromagnetic and be able to Waves demonstrate about the Elliptical polarization Â of the Electromagnetic Waves Â after completion of this lecture . understand and be able to demonstrate about the Polarization of the Electromagnetic Waves Â after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.12 RW-2 To learn about the Polarization of the Electromagnetic Waves A Student is expected to know.12 To learn about the A Student is expected Elliptical polarization of to know.12 Lecture 11 Polarization of Waves(Elliptical polarization) R-1:2-2.

Week 4 Lecture 11 Polarization of Waves(Polarization loss factor) R-1:2-2. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Polarization loss factor of the Electromagnetic Waves Â after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Antenna Input ImpedanceÂ after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.14 To learn about the Radiation efficiency of the antenna Lecture 15 Impedance of Antenna(Effective aperture) R-1:2-2. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Antenna Input ImpedanceÂ after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.13 To learn about the Antenna Input Impedance Week 5 Lecture 13 Impedance of Antenna(Antenna Input Impedance) R-1:2-2. understand and be able to demonstrate about Effective aperture of the antenna after completion of this lecture .12 To learn about the Polarization loss factor of the Electromagnetic Waves A Student is expected to know.12 To learn about the Polarization Efficiency of the Electromagnetic Waves Lecture 12 Impedance of Antenna(Antenna Input Impedance) R-1:2-2. understand and be able to demonstrate about earn about the Polarization Efficiency of the Electromagnetic Waves Â after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.16 To learn about Effective A Student is expected aperture of the antenna to know.13 To learn about the Antenna Input Impedance Lecture 14 Impedance of Antenna(Radiation efficiency) R-1:2-2. understand and be able to demonstrate about theÂ Radiation efficiency of the antenna after completion of this lecture Polarization of Waves(Polarization Efficiency) R-1:2-2.

1 RW-3 To Learn about the A Student is expected Introduction of the Array to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about theÂ Arrays of Two Point Sources with Equal Amplitude and Phase after completion of this lecture Lecture 18 Week 7 Lecture 19 Antenna Arrays(Arrays of Point Sources) T-1:7-7. understand of Antennas and be able to demonstrate about after completion of this lecture Antenna Arrays(Various Forms of Antenna Arrays) T-1:7-7. understand and be able to demonstrate about Antenna TemperatureÂ after completion of this lecture Lecture 17 Antenna Arrays(Introduction) T-1:7-7. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Arrays of Point Sources after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.3. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Various Forms of Antenna Arrays after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.3 Test 2 To Learn about the Arrays of Point Sources Antenna Arrays(Arrays of Two Point Sources with Equal Amplitude and Phase) T-1:7-7.1 To Learn about the Arrays of Two Point Sources with Equal Amplitude and Phase .2 To Learn about the Various Forms of Antenna Arrays A Student is expected to know.Week 6 Lecture 16 Impedance of Antenna(Antenna Temperature) R-1:2-2.18 To learn about Antenna Temperature A Student is expected to know.

understand Point Sources and be able to demonstrate about theÂ NonIsotropic But Similar Point Sources after completion of this lecture To Learn about the A Student is expected Multiplication of Pattern to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about theÂ Arrays of Two Point Sources with unequal Amplitude and opposite Phase after completion of this lecture Lecture 21 Antenna Arrays(Arrays of Two Point Sources with unequal Amplitude and opposite Phase) T-1:7-7.4 To Learn about the A Student is expected NonIsotropic But Similar to know.3. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Arrays of Two Point Sources with Equal Amplitude and opposite Phase after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.1 To Learn about the Arrays of Two Point Sources with Equal Amplitude and opposite Phase A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about Â theÂ Multiplication of Pattern after completion of this lecture Types of Array(Multiplication of Pattern) T-1:7-7.1 To Learn about the Arrays of Two Point Sources with unequal Amplitude and opposite Phase MID-TERM Week 8 Lecture 22 Types of Array(Non-Isotropic But Similar Point Sources) T-1:7-7.3.5 .Week 7 Lecture 20 Antenna Arrays(Arrays of Two Point Sources with Equal Amplitude and opposite Phase) T-1:7-7.

1 To Learn about the Radiation pattern of 4 Isotropic elements fed in phase and spaced with half wavelength apart A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Array with n Isotropic Sources of Equal amplitude and spacingBroadside Case after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Array with n Isotropic Sources of Equal amplitude and spacingEndFire Case after completion of this lecture Types of Array(Linear Array with n Isotropic Sources of Equal amplitude and spacing) T-1:7-7. understand and be able to demonstrate about theÂ Radiation pattern of 4 Isotropic elements fed in phase and spaced with half wavelength apart after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.Week 8 Lecture 23 Types of Array(Radiation pattern of 4 Isotropic elements fed in phase and spaced with half wavelength apart) T-1:7-7.5.6 To Learn about the Linear Array with n Isotropic Sources of Equal amplitude and spacing Lecture 24 Types of Array(Array with n Isotropic Sources of Equal amplitude and spacing(Broadside Case)) T-1:7-7.7 To Learn about the Array with n Isotropic Sources of Equal amplitude and spacingBroadside Case Types of Array(Array with n Isotropic Sources of Equal amplitude and spacing(End-Fire Case)) T-1:7-7.8 To Learn about the Array with n Isotropic Sources of Equal amplitude and spacingEndFire Case . understand and be able to demonstrate about theÂ Linear Array with n Isotropic Sources of Equal amplitude and spacing after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.

understand and be able to demonstrate about theÂ Folded dipole antenna after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the DolphTschebyscheff Array after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.13 To Learn about the Binomial Arrays A Student is expected to know.14 To Learn about the DolphTschebyscheff Array Types of Array(Scanning Array) T-1:7-7. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Superdirective Array after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the YagiUda antenna after completion of this lecture Types of Array(DolphTschebyscheff Array) T-1:7-7. understand and be able to demonstrate about theÂ Scanning Array after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.12 To Learn about the Scanning Array Types of Array(Superdirective Array) T-1:7-7.17 To Learn about the Superdirective Array Lecture 26 Practical Antennas(Folded dipole antenna) T-1:9-9. understand and be able to demonstrate about Â the Binomial ArraysÂ after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.3 To Learn about the YagiUda antenna .2 RW-4 To Learn about the Folded dipole antenna Practical Antennas(Yagi-Uda antenna) T-1:9-9.Week 9 Lecture 25 Types of Array(Binomial Arrays) T-1:7-7.

5.9 To Learn about the Slot Antennas Practical Antennas(Microstrip Antennas) T-1:9-9.1 To Learn about the propagation of radio waves through ionosphere .Week 9 Lecture 27 Practical Antennas(Horn antenna) T-1:9-9. understand and be able to demonstrate about Â the Structure of ionosphereÂ after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.7 To Learn about the Horn A Student is expected antenna to know.2 To Learn about the Structure of ionosphere Lecture 30 Radio Wave Propagation (propagation of radio waves through ionosphere) T-1:11-11.11 To Learn about the Microstrip Antennas Lecture 29 Radio Wave Propagation(Structure of ionosphere) T-1:11-11. understand and be able to demonstrate about Â the Antenna with Parabolic Reflector after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.18 Week 10 Lecture 28 Practical Antennas(Slot Antennas) T-1:9-9.7. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Slot Antennas after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the propagation of radio waves through ionosphere after completion of this lecture Practical Antennas(Antenna with Parabolic Reflector) T-1:9-9. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Horn antenna after completion of this lecture To Learn about the Antenna with Parabolic Reflector A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about Â the Microstrip Antennas after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.

understand and be able to demonstrate about after completion of this lecture Week 11 Lecture 31 Radio Wave Propagation (Mechanism of Radio wave bending by the ionosphere) T-1:11-11. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Virtual Height for sky wave propagationÂ after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about Â the Critical Frequency for sky wave propagationÂ after completion of this lecture Sky Wave Propagation(Virtual Height) T-1:11-11.7.4.1 To Learn about the Ground Wave Propagation Lecture 32 Sky Wave Propagation(SKY WAVE PROPAGATION) T-1:11-11.7. understand PROPAGATION and be able to demonstrate about the SKY WAVE PROPAGATION after completion of this lecture To Learn about the Virtual Height for sky wave propagation A Student is expected to know.1 To Learn about the Refractive index of ionosphere A Student is expected to know.3 To Learn about the Critical Frequency for sky wave propagation .Week 10 Lecture 30 Radio Wave Propagation (Refractive index of ionosphere) T-1:11-11.7.7 To Learn about the SKY A Student is expected WAVE to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Ground Wave Propagation after completion of this lecture Radio Wave Propagation(Ground Wave Propagation) T-1:11-11.12.1 Lecture 33 Sky Wave Propagation(Critical Frequency) T-1:11-11. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Mechanism of Radio wave bending by theÂ after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.2 To Learn about the Mechanism of Radio wave bending by the ionosphere A Student is expected to know.

understand and be able to demonstrate about the Optimum Working Frequency for sky wave propagationÂ after completion of this lecture Sky Wave Propagation(Optimum Working Frequency) T-1:11-11. understand and be able to demonstrate about after completion of this lecture Week 12 Lecture 34 Sky Wave Propagation(Maximum Usable Frequency) T-1:11-11.15 To Learn about the Optimum Working Frequency for sky wave propagation Sky Wave Propagation(Skip Distance) T-1:11-11.12. understand and be able to demonstrate about theÂ Lowest Usable Frequency for sky wave propagationÂ after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know. understand propagation and be able to demonstrate about Â the Skip Distance for sky wave propagationÂ after completion of this lecture Test 3 To Learn about the SPACE WAVE PROPAGATION A Student is expected to know.14 To Learn about the Skip A Student is expected Distance for sky wave to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about after completion of this lecture Lecture 36 Week 13 Lecture 37 Space Wave Propagation(SPACE WAVE PROPAGATION) T-1:11-11.12.2 To Learn about the Maximum Usable Frequency for sky wave propagation A Student is expected to know.19 .2 To Learn about the Maximum Usable Frequency for sky wave propagation A Student is expected to know.13 To Learn about the Lowest Usable Frequency for sky wave propagation A Student is expected to know.Week 11 Lecture 33 Sky Wave Propagation(Maximum Usable Frequency) T-1:11-11. understand and be able to demonstrate about after completion of this lecture Lecture 35 Sky Wave Propagation(Lowest Usable Frequency) T-1:11-11.

20 SPILL OVER Week 14 Lecture 40 T-1:9 Revision of Array of Antenna A Student is expected to clear the doubts of Array of antenna after completion of this lecture Lecture 41 T-1:11 Revision of Radio Wave A Student is expected Propagation to clear the doubts about Radio Wave Propagation after completion of this lecture Scheme for CA: .19. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Filed Strength of Space WaveÂ after completion of this lecture To Learn about the Duct A Student is expected Propagation to know.Week 13 Lecture 37 Space Wave Propagation(Range of Space Wave Propagation) T-1:11-11.19.1 To Learn about the Range of Space Wave Propagation A Student is expected to know. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Duct Propagation after completion of this lecture Space Wave Propagation(Duct Propagation) T-1:11-11. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Effective Earths Radius fr Space Wave Communication after completion of this lecture Lecture 38 Space Wave Propagation(Effective Earth's Radius) T-1:11-11.19.4 To Learn about the Filed A Student is expected Strength of Space Wave to know.2 To Learn about the Effective Earths Radius fr Space Wave Communication Lecture 39 Space Wave Propagation(Filed Strength of Space Wave) T-1:11-11. understand and be able to demonstrate about the Range of Space Wave PropagationÂ after completion of this lecture A Student is expected to know.

Component Test Frequency 2 Out Of 3 Total :- Each Marks Total Marks 10 10 20 20 Details of Academic Task(s) AT No. Date of conducted test will be announced before one week of the Individual conducted date of test 2 and Syllabus of the test 2 will be covered topics by the faculty in the class after the syllabus of test1 and one week before of the conducted date of the test 2. Date of conducted test will be announced before one week of the Individual conducted date of test 3 and Syllabus of the test 3 will be covered topics by the faculty in the class after the syllabus of test2 and one week before of the conducted date of the test 2. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task (group/individuals/field work Evaluation Mode Allottment / submission Week 2/3 Test 1 To evaluate the Performance of the students through Test 1 To evaluate the Performance of the students through Test 2 To evaluate the performance of the students through the test 3 Date of conducted test will be announced before one week of the Individual conducted date of test 1 and Syllabus of the test 1 will be covered topics by the faculty in the class on one week before of the conducted date of the test 1. Test1 Test 2 Test 2 5/6 Test 3 Test 3 9 / 10 .

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