# Electromagnetic Transmitting Media

• Electronics & Communications Engineering |

#### Description

Transmission Lines: Types, parameters, equations, voltage and currents, matched and mismatched lines, Use smith chart, single, Double, and triple stub matching, ? transformers, Baluns. Multiple reflection of EM waves between infinite parallel plates, rectangular waveguides. TE and TM modes. Cutoff frequency and propagation parameters. Power transmitted, wall losses, and dielectric losses. Circular waveguides, TE and TM modes. Cutoff frequency and propagation parameters. Power transmitted, wall losses, and dielectric losses. Cavity resonators, modes quality factor, effect of dielectric loss. Circular cavity,

#### Program

Bachelor in Electronics and Communications Engineering

#### Objectives

• The course provides: A basic understanding of various transmitting media. Analysis and design rectangular and circular waveguide. Understand the concept and design of cavity resonators.rnBeing able to work with transmission lines.rn

#### Textbook

Data will be available soon!

#### Course Content

content serial Description
1Types of transmission lines and their parameters ? Introduction, Characteristics Impedance, Input Impedance, Transmission line equations., Termination of a transmission line ( Short Circuit & open circuit)?
2Graphical method (Smith Chart).? Analysis of a Smith Chart?
3Applications of Smith Charts to solve transmission line problems) ?Solving the Transmission Lines (T.L?s) problem using the smith chart., Reflection Coefficient angle and magnitude of T.L using smith chart, Transmission Coefficient angle and magnitude of T.L using smith chart, Input Impedance of transmission line Standing Wave Ratio (S.W.R) of a transmission line?
4Single stub matching. ?Determination the T.L length and that of a Single Stub connected to achieve matching Single Stub connected Parallel with T.L -Single Stub connected series with T.L?
5Double stub matching ?Determination the T.L length and that of the double Stub connected to achieve matching (Double Stub connected Parallel with T.L, Double Stub connected series with T.L, Double Stub connected mixed (Parallel & Series)
6Triple stub matching? Determination the T.L length and that of the Triple Stub connected to achieve matching?, (/4) transformers, Baluns delay lines, and pulse forming transmission lines ? (/4) transformers, Baluns delay lines, pulse forming transmission lines?
77th Week Exam
8Introduction to wave equation in rectangular W.G ?introduction to wave guides and cut-off frequency, Introduction to wave equation, Polarization for T.E. and T.M., Solution of wave equation?
9Solution of wave eqn. For T.M. mode ?Introduction to T.M. waves, Boundary Conditions of T.M. mode, Field components in T.M. mode & cutoff frequency
10T.E. mode & its boundary conditions ?Introduction to T.E. mode, Field components?
11Power transmitted & dielectric losses ?Average power transmitted and total power Transmitted for T.E. & T.M, Dielectric losses in rectangular W.G?
1212th Week Exam
13Wall losses in rectangular W.G ? Wall losses for T.M. mode, Wall losses for T.E. mode, Wall losses for dominant mode?
14Circular Wave guide.? Wave equation in circular coordinates, Solution of wave equation, Power transmitted in circular W.G., Wall losses in circular W.G?
15Rectangular cavity resonator (Introduction to cavity resonator, Quality factor , losses) and Circular cavity resonator (Introduction to circular cavity resonator, Quality factor, losses)
16Final Examination

#### Markets and Career

• Generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical power for public and private sectors to secure both continuous and emergency demands.
• Electrical power feeding for civil and military marine and aviation utilities.
• Electrical works in construction engineering.