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Electromagnetic Theory (EE 301): Course Outline

Electromagnetics is fundamental in electrical and electronic engineering. Electromagnetic theory based on Maxwell's equations establishes the basic principle of electrical and electronic circuits over the entire frequency spectrum from dc to optics.

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Course Contents

  • Introduction to vector analysis
  • Coulomb’ s Law and Applications
  • Electric field intensity
  • Gauss’ Law and Applications
  • Energy and Potential .Conductors & Dielectrics
  • Capacitance Magnetic forces
  • Materials and Inductances
  • Maxwell’s Equations in Integral Form In Point Form
  • Displacement Current Uniform Plane waves lossless medium
  • Lossy medium
  • Good Conductors
  • Polarization
  • Pointing Vector
  • Reflection and Refraction of Plane Waves
  • Normal Incidence
  • Oblique Incidence
  • Transmission lines
  • Smith Chart
  • Impedance Matching.

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