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- wavwguide RF & microwave waveguide RF & microwave waveguide basics Waveguides are used in a variety of applications to carry radio frequency energy from one pint to another. In their broadest terms they can be described as a system of material that is designed to confine electromagnetic waves in a direction defined by its physical boundaries. This definition gives a very broad view of their properties, but it indicates that waveguide theory can be applied in a number of areas and in a variety of different ways. Electromagnetic waves propagating in open space travel out in all directions and can be thought of as spherical waves travelling out from a central source. As a result the power intensity decreases as the distance increases - it is proportional to the power of the source divided by the square of the distance. The waveguide operates by confining the electromagnetic wave so that it does not spread out and losses resulting from this effect are eliminated. Typically a waveguide is
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Department of Electronics & Communication

B.E. (ECE), Semester: 5th

Course Title Course Coordinator Prac Cr

Code res rials

Harbinder Singh,

ECT-301 Electromagnetic Field Theory 3.0 0.0 0.0 3.0

E-code:-E-4258

TextBooks

Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name

Principles of Matthew N.O.

T-1 4th 2010 Oxford Publications.

Electromagnetic Sadiku

Engineering Willian H. Hayt,

T-2 6th 2010 Tata Mc Graw Hill

Electromagnetics John A. Buck

Reference Books

Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name

Edward C.

Electromagnetic waves

R-1 Jordan, Keith G. 2nd 1998 Prentice Hall of India

and Radiation systems

Balmain

Electromagnetics and

R-2 H Singh 2nd 2013 Katson, New Delhi

Antennas

R-3 Balanis 4th 2008 Wiley-India

Electromagnetics

st

Weeks before 1 MST 5 14 N/A

Weeks before 2nd MST 4 12 N/A

rd

Weeks before 3 MST 6 16 N/A

Total 15 42 N/A

Detailed Plan for Lectures

Pedag

ogical

Other Tool

Readings, Demo

Chapters Relevant nstrati

Lect

Websites, on/

ure Sections

Broad Topic Audio Learning Case

Week of Visual Lecture Description Study /

No. Nu (Sub Topic) Text/refe Outcomes

Aids, Image

mbe rence software s/

r books and animat

Virtual ion /

Labs ppt

etc.

Planne

https://www.

Introduction to

tutorialspoin EM waves, Basics of Students will know Board

wireless

R-2: 1.1, t.com/electr communication, Vector the history, and

L-1 communication,

1.3 omagnetics_ & Scalar, space necessity and Marker,

Electromagnetic

theory/index derivatives fundamentals of EM PPT

wave

.asp

Definition of Del,

Gradient, Divergence Students will be able

Space derivatives, & curl, to understand the Board

Co-ordinate R-2: 1.3 Video Rectangular, representation and and

System Spherical, physical significance Marker

Cylindrical Co- of space derivatives

ordinate system

L-2

Week Students will be able

1 Representation of Representation of Del to represent and Board

space derivatives in & curl In Rectangular, solve the space and

R-2: 1.4 Video

different Cylindrical, Spherical derivatives in Marker,

coordinates system coordinate system different coordinates PPT

system

Overview Of Line,

Surface and Volume

Students will

Integral,

understand the

Displacement Board

Different types of difference between

L-3 current, Overview and

Integral R-2: 1.6 open and closed

Of Line, Surface and Marker

Integral, physical

Volume Integral,

significance of

Difference Between

Maxwells equation.

Open & closed

Integral

Conversion of

L-4 Gauss Divergence how to convert and

R2: 1.7.1 volume integral into

Theorem integrals in wave Marker

surface integral

mechanism

2 Conversion of surface Board

Stroke's Theorem, R2: 1.7.2, how to convert

L-5 integral into line and

Coulombs Law T1: 4.2 integrals in wave

integral Marker

mechanism

Electric field

intensity, flux Students will be able Board

L-6 density, electric R2: 4.3, Concept of to understand the and

4.4, 4.7 electrostatics basics of

potential, Charge Marker

electrostatics

distribution

Biot's servets law,

Magnetic field Students will be able Board

intensity, Flux R2: 7.2, Concept of magneto to understand the and

density, Current 7.7 statics basics of magneto Marker

density, Vector statics

potential

continuity, Gauss R2: 4.5, physical significance the behavior of and

Law in 4.6 of radiation of electric wave Marker

Electrostatic electric waves propagation

L-7

Derivation and Students will study Board

Gauss's law in physical significance the behavior of

R2: 7.5 and

Magneto static of radiation of magnetic wave Marker

magnetic waves propagation

Students will analyze Board

and Laplace physical significance of

T2: 7.1 the behavior of wave and

Week equation, Laplacian wave in free space and

in different media Marker

3 operator unknown medium

L-8

http://www. Representation in

Representation of

antenna- rectangular, Students will learn Board

Laplacian operator T2: 7.3, theory.com/ spherical and how to represent and

in different 7.4

basics/main. cylindrical co- Laplacian operator Marker

coordinates system

php ordinate systems

L-9 Electromagnetic R2: 9.2 concept of mutual to link the flux in and

Induction induction different medium Marker

Derivation and

L-10 law, Modified R2: 7.3, differentiate between and

concept of

7.4 different types of

Ampere's Law conduction current Marker

current

Concept of

Displacement Students will

current, Difference EM generation, understand the EM Board

L-11 between R2: 9.4 propagation and wave generation, and

displacement detachment sustentations and Marker

current and propagation

Week conduction current

4

Representation of

Maxwells Students will learn Board

Maxwells equation

equation in how to use different and

R2: 9.5 in differential,

different forms forms of Maxwells Marker

integral, point form

equation

and static form

L-12

Physical http://www. Conversion of Students will know Board

significance of R2: 9.6, maxwells- information signal how to convert and

Maxwells 9.7 equations.co into Electromagnetic information into EM Marker,

equations m/ Wave wave PPT

Boundary Behavior of electric Students will be able Board

L-13 Conditions of EM and magnetic field at to calculate change in and

R2: 5.9

the interface of waves at different

Waves Marker

different media media

Week Numerical on

5 electrostatics,

Numerical on Students will be able

space derivatives, magnetostatics, Board

T1, T2, to calculate, analyze

L-14 Maxwell's equation Gauss law, and

and decide the

and Boundary R2 Faradays law, Marker

parameters of electric

Ampere law, space

conditions and magnetic field

derivatives and

Maxwells equations

MST-I

R2: 10.1, Concept of circular,

L-15 uniform Plane the different types of and

10.2 plane, uniform plane

wave and their

wave wave Marker

properties

Wave equation and Derivation and concept Students will be able Board

R2: 10.4, to analyze the

Week L-16 its solution in of wave propagation in and

10.5 attenuation and phase

6 different media free space Marker

in free space

Derivation and concept Board

its solution in to analyze the

L-17 R2: 10.3 of wave propagation in and

conducting attenuation and phase

lossy medium Marker

medium in lossy medium

L-18 wave in good R2: 10.8 of wave propagation in to analyze the and

dielectric good conductor attenuation and phase Marker

in good conductor

Week

L-19 wave in good R2: 10.6 of wave propagation in to analyze the and

7 attenuation and phase

conductor good dielectric Marker

in good dielectric

Students will

Depth of penetration, understand the wave Board

Skin depth,

L-20 linear, circular and penetration and

Polarization

elliptical polarization mechanism in Marker

different media

Week know transverse

L-21 Poynting theorem R2: 10.7 average power of EM and

8 nature of EM wave in

wave Marker

relation to power

Types of

transmission lines, Students will able

EM wave propagation Board

Circuit understand the wired

L-22 R2: 11.1 mechanism for low and

representation of transmission of EM

frequency waves Marker

parallel plane

transmission lines

EM wave propagation, know about the Board

equations,

L-23 R2: 11.3 attenuation and phase propagation and

Propagation

in transmission lines characteristics in Marker

constant

transmission line

transmission lines, Low and loss less know about

L-24 R2: 11.2 and

Distortion less case lines simplified model of Marker

condition transmission lines

Software

transmission to understand the and

L-25 Reflection, SWR R2: 11.5 Simulation

constant, Standing importance of Marker,

Week Results

Wave impedance matching PPT

9

Numerical on

Students will be able

attenuation, phase Board

to calculate, analyze

L-26 Numerical T1, T2, constant, propagation and

and decide the

R3 constant, phase

parameters of EM Marker

velocity, SWR,

wave propagation

Reflection coefficients

MST-II

http://www.

antenna- Introduction to high Students will know Board

Introduction to frequency EM wave the history, necessity

L-27 T1: 12.1 theory.com/ and

wave guides propagation and fundamentals of

arrays/main. Marker

mechanism wave guides

php

Week

10

Rectangular Wave Students will learn Board

Types of wave

L-28 T1: 12.2 Guides, cylindrical about the different and

guides

wave guides types of waveguides Marker

guides, Boundary at the walls of the to calculate the E and

L-29 T2: 14.1 and

conditions of wave perfectly conducting H components at the Marker

guide wave guides interface

L-30 guides, Electric and magnetic field to derive the field and

T2: 14.4

magnetic fields components within components in wave Marker

wave guides guides

Week

11 L-31 Fields for TE Students will be able

Transverse Electric to analyze the Board

Modes of T2: 12.4, components in transverse nature of and

rectangular wave R2: 3.3 rectangular wave electric field Marker

guides guides

L-32

Derivation and Students will be able

concept of magnetic to derive the Board

Magnetic fields for T2: 12.4,

L-33 field components in magnetic field and

TE Modes R2: 3.3.1 rectangular components in wave Marker

coordinates system guides

Week

12

Transverse Magnetic to analyze the Board

Modes of T2: 12.3, components in transverse nature of and

rectangular wave R2: 3.3 rectangular wave magnetic field Marker

L-35 guides guides

concept of magnetic to derive the Board

Magnetic fields for T2: 12.3,

L-36 field components in magnetic field and

TM modes R2: 3.3.2 rectangular components in wave Marker

coordinates system guides

TM modes fields

and dominant

modes Students will come to Board

Fundamental

Week L-37 Characteristics of know about and

R2: 3.3.3 parameters of TE

13 TE and TM mode characteristics of Marker

and TM modes

wave guides modes

in rectangular wave

guide

Propagation

constant, Cut-off Students will be able Board

Software Analysis of wave

frequency/wavelen design rectangular and

L-38 Simulation propagation in

gth, Guide R2: 3.3.4 wave guide for Marker,

Results rectangular wave

different frequency

wavelength, Phase guide PPT

bands

and Group velocity

Wave propagation of Board

TEM wave in the impossibility of

L-39 R2: 3.3.5 TEM mode in and

hollow wave TEM modes in

hollow guides Marker

guides hollow guides

Wave impedance Derivation and Board

calculate the

Week L-40 of TE and TM concept of and

R2: 3.3.6 impedance of

14 modes impedance in TE and Marker

rectangular wave

TM modes

guides

Concept and Board

impedance of to match the

L-41 derivation of and

R2: 3.3.7 impedance of

rectangular wave characteristics

rectangular wave Marker

guide impedance

guide

Numerical on

attenuation, phase

constant, propagation

Numerical on Students will able to Board

Week T2, R2, constant, phase

L-42 characteristics of calculate the and

15 velocity, group

R3 characteristics of

wave guides velocity, wave Marker

wave guides

impedance and

characteristics

impedance

Schedule of Assignment

Content of Assignment

Assignment No. Date of Allotment Last date of Submission (Assignment to be allotted

group-wise)

G1: Space derivatives

G2: Gauss law

01 G3: Electrostatics

7-Aug-2017 6-Sep-2017

Covering Unit-1 G4: Magnetostatics

G5: Faradays law

G6: Amperes law

G1: UPW

G2: Electromagnetic

02 G3: Transmission lines

4-Oct-2017 23-Oct-2017

Covering Unit-2 G4: Distortion-less lines

G5: Impedance matching

G6: SWR

G1: TE modes

G2: TM modes

03 G3: TEM modes

25-Oct-2017 6-Nov-2017

Covering Unit-3 G4: Guided Medium

G5: Wave impedance

G6: Characteristics impedance

Date of

uploading

Nature of of Model

Academic Allotment Answer

Topic of the Academic Task Evaluation / Sheet on

AT No. Objective (group/ind Submiss

Task Mode UIMS/

ividuals/ ion

Notice

Week

field work Board with

marking

scheme

Fundamentals All subtopics included in date of

Within one week

knowledge of Instruction Plan from Step exam

MST-1 Individual of conduct of

electromagnetic Lecture-1 to Marking within

MST-1

and Maxwells Lecture-14 the given

equation time

To check the

analytical and On the

conceptual All subtopics included in date of

ability of Within one

the Instruction Plan from Step exam

MST-2 students related Individual week of conduct

Lecture-15 to Marking. within

to of MST-2

Lecture-26. the given

electromagnetic

wave time

propagation

To evaluate the

Fundamentals

parameters All subtopics included in

Assignment knowledge of Instruction Plan from Step 7-Aug-

No.-1 electromagnetics Individual 6-Sep-2017

Lecture-1 to Marking 2017

(Element-1) and there

Lecture-10

implicitly in

communication

applications

To evaluate the

analytical and All subtopics included in

Assignment conceptual Step

the Instruction Plan from 4-Oct-

knowledge of Individual 23-Oct-2017

No.-2 Lecture-15 to Marking 2017

students related

to wave EM Lecture-22.

propagation.

Assignment the skills of the Instruction Plan from Step 25-Oct-

Individual 6-Nov-2017

No.-3 students on Lecture-27 to Marking 2017

guided waves Lecture-36.

On the

To evaluate

date of

Element-2 the students Within one day

All subtopics included in Step test

performance

(Surprise Individual within after conduct of

in the Instruction Plan Marking

Test) the test

electromagneti

lecture

cs concepts

timing

To evaluate 13-Nov-

the students 17

Element-3 All subtopics included in

basic Individual MCQ To

(Quiz) the Instruction Plan

knowledge on 14-Nov-

EM waves 17

E-Code: E-4258

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