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Electrical Engineering

Platform: Windows Requires Mathcad 3.1 or higher, 2 MB hard disk space Available for immediate download (size 783270 bytes) or ground shipment This Electronic Book introduces useful Mathcad techniques for solving common electrical engineering calculations such as circuit analysis or digital filter design. All of the 24 examples include a background section describing the physics or mathematics of an electrical engineering problem and a step-by-step annotated solution using Mathcad. The variables are highlighted so you can easily customize these examples to your own engineering applications. The index of techniques helps you locate solution methods quickly and the index of terms lets you look up specific engineering problems and terms.

Obtain a comprehensive plot of the closed loop gain as a function of frequency, then use the graph to solve for the numerical value of the resonant frequency.

Topics include: Electromagnetism: Wave Guides and Resonators, Transmission Lines, Smith charts and Antenna Arrays; Circuit Theory: Two-Port Parameters, System/Transfer Functions, Feedback Analysis, Bode plots and Nyquist Diagrams; Signal Processing: Convolution, Fourier Transforms, Delta Modulation and Z-Transforms; Filter Design: FIR, IIR, Analog and Digital Elliptical Filters; and much more.

Topics in Mathcad: Electrical Engineering TABLE OF CONTENTS (page 1 of 1) Applications in Electromagnetics Field Patterns of a Uniform Linear Antenna Array Properties of Waveguides Transmission Line Calculations Applications in Circuit Analysis Network Analysis Using an Admittance Matrix Feedback Circuits and Stability Criteria Two-Port Networks American Wire Gauge Table Applications in Signal Processing Convolution and Deconvolution Digitizing a Signal Delta Modulation z-Transform Applications Algebraic Codes Applications in Filter Design IIR Filter Design Chebyshev Polynomials FIR Filter Design by Windowing .

Electromagnetic Wave Theory. Carver. The energy pattern produced by such an array will be a phase-dependent summation of the individual field patterns. which controls the resolution of the plots. You set the following physical parameters: N. Electromagnetics. 1986). given by: . Background Far-field patterns for an array of uniformly spaced.Topics in Mathcad: Electrical Engineering SAMPLE PAGE (page 1 of 5) Field Patterns of a Uniform Linear Antenna Array This document calculates the far-field radiation pattern of a uniformly spaced linear antenna array as a function of azimuth angle. F(f). John Wiley & Sons (New York. the radiating frequency a. McGraw-Hill Book Company (New York. John D. Kraus and Keith R. as well as the power pattern as a function of azimuth angle. omnidirectional radiators can be described using the principle of superposition. Jin Au Kong. 1978). 2. and displays the field pattern as both an azimuth distribution and a power pattern. the number of array elements d. The document then calculates and plots the radiated far-field pattern in two dimensions for an elevation of 0 degrees. the progressive phase shift from element to element You can also set df. the interelement spacing f. The group behavior of the array is governed by a term known as the array factor. References 1.

Array Parameters: <-.number of elements <-. This model works only in the plane of zero elevation (perpendicular to the direction of the antennas. defined as the angle in the x-y plane perpendicular to the antennas. Mathcad Implementation Units & Constants: First.) Additional terms are necessary to describe different cross sections through the radiation field. create a range variable for the number of antennas in the array. The array factor is a scaling term which multiplies the radiation field from a single antenna to give the group far-field pattern. The variable f is the azimuth angle. then the expression for the array factor in terms of the parameters above: .Topics in Mathcad: Electrical Engineering SAMPLE PAGE (page 2 of 5) where a is the progressive phase shift from element to element in the array.frequency <-. First.interelement spacing <-.progressive phase shift Now it is possible to define an expression for the normalized array factor. and k=2pi/ lambda is the wavenumber. input the following parameters to define the antenna array and the operating conditions.

and can be expressed in dB. df. For the simple case of an antenna array with 6 elements. <-. spaced lambda/2 apart. 1. as follows: To plot this expression as a function of azimuth angle. Note that decreasing the step size will increase the resolution of the plot but will take longer to calculate. and the step size. f. define a range variable. to be used in the plot.Topics in Mathcad: Electrical Engineering SAMPLE PAGE (page 3 of 5) The array factor can be considered a scaling term for the radiated power.step size for azimuth angle To see the field pattern. Then choose Calculate Document from the Math menu to plot the power pattern as a function of azimuth. the array factor appears as follows: Fig. edit the definitions of the four array parameters.1 Power pattern with respect to angle .

Topics in Mathcad: Electrical Engineering SAMPLE PAGE (page 4 of 5) The more familiar way to view the power pattern is in two dimensions. which is simply a conversion to polar coordinates from the azimuth angle. Define the conversion as follows: are the x and y coordinates.2 2-D radiation pattern at zero elevation Tips It may also be useful to define additional variables that depend on the array parameters. 1. k. defined as follows: . and is the value for the radius. Fig. This is equivalent to looking at a radiation contour curve in the x-y plane. such as the wavenumber. The plot appears below.

use the global assignment operator (on the palette). f. In this way.. so that the parameters for the problem appear next to the graph. constraints for the antenna array can be specified to emphasize particular relationships. . special cases can be explored (such as the case of d=nlambda/2. where n is an integer.. or a=kd).Topics in Mathcad: Electrical Engineering SAMPLE PAGE (page 5 of 5) Or in terms of additional variables. and new units can be defined if necessary. and a next to the graphs. and move the definitions for N. To do this. d. Another way to enhance your understanding of the system might be to use global variable definitions. or Mathcad will display additional variables in any units desired.

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