SES # | TOPICS | NOTES | |
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Foundations | |||
L1 | Foundations, forces and fields, Gauss’s and Ampere’s laws ( ∫) for static fields | ( PDF) | |
L2 | Media, boundary conditions | ( PDF) | |
L3 | Review vector operators; Maxwell’s differential equations (t), E, H, uniform plane wave; sin (ωt) | ( PDF) | |
L4 | Poynting theorem derivation (time), UPW example (w_{e}, w_{m}, S(t)) | ( PDF) | |
Forces, motors, generators, and MEMS | |||
L5 | Electric forces on e-beams, C plates, force from ∂w/∂z; generators and sensors | ( PDF) | |
L6 | Magnetic pressure, rotary wire and reluctance motors, forces on materials | ( PDF) | |
L7 | Static Φ and fields, Laplace’s equation, separation of variables (x,y,z); inhomogeneous materials | ( PDF) | |
Waves in media and at boundaries | |||
L8 | Electromagnetic fields in media, uniaxial media, quarter-wave plate | ( PDF) | |
L9 | Boundary conditions, k•r, phase matching, non-uniform plane wave, Snell’s law | ( PDF) | |
L10 | TE at planar boundary, TM by duality, Brewster’s angle | ( PDF) | |
Limits to computation speed | |||
L11 | Device and line delays; TEM parallel-plate line, telegraphers’ equation, Z_{o} | ( PDF) | |
L12 | Transients: Thevenin equivalents; L, C, diode loads; initial conditions; lossy TEM | ( PDF) | |
RF/microwave guidance and filtering | |||
L13 | Architecture, generalized TEM line, Ζ(z), Γ(z), Ζ transformations | ( PDF) | |
L14 | RLC resonators, series, parallel, ω_{o}, ∆ω, α, Q_{L}, Q_{I}, Q_{E}, coupling | ( PDF) | |
L15 | TEM resonators, w_{e}(t), w_{m}(t), Q, ∆ω, examples; |V(z,f)| | ( PDF) | |
L16 | TE_{mn} rectangular waveguide, cavity resonators, perturbations | ( PDF) | |
Wireless communications | |||
L17 | Conservation of energy, power, G(θ,φ), A_{e}= Gλ^{2} /4π, R_{r}, V_{Th}, RF links | ( PDF) | |
L18 | Radiation by current elements, Hertzian dipole, near and far fields; Biot-Savart | ( PDF - 1.6MB) | |
L19 | Receiving antennas: V_{Th} in dipoles and loops; d<\\<λ/2π, G = 4πA/λ^{2} | ( PDF) | |
L20 | Aperture antennas, diffraction | ( PDF) | |
Optical communications | |||
L21 | Optical fibers, applications, dielectric slab waveguide, fiber design | ( PDF) | |
L22 | Lasers | ( PDF) | |
Acoustics | |||
L23 | Acoustic waves, boundary conditions, reflections, antennas | ( PDF) | |
L24 | Course philosophy, resonator perturbations and speech generation | ( PDF) |
Additional Material
Brief history of Maxwell’s equations ( PDF)