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Course Description

This is a course on the design and analysis of antenna. This course provides a comprehensive coverage of a wide variety of antennas and propagation topics related to numerous communication systems. This course presents fundamental theory together with techniques for the practical design, measurement and application of antennas over the RF (radio-frequency) to millimeter wave frequency range.

Instructional Objectives (IOs):

1. To understand various antennas, arrays and radiation pattern of antennas.

2. To learn the basic working of antenna

3. To understand the various methods involved in the measurement of antenna parameters

4. To understand the propagation of radio waves in the atmosphere. 


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