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Guided Electromagnetism - 3PMEEPH9

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 12.0
    • Tutorials : 12.0
    ECTS : 2.0

Goals

Développement of Maxwell's theory, applied to the propagation of guided waves, on rectilign and uniform structures, and to electromagnetic cavities. This course prepares to the courses on passive and active microwave and optoelectronic circuits, of the second year, and to the course on antennas of the third year.

Contact Anne VILCOT

Content

Chapter 1 : Reminders in electromagnetism
Chapter 2 : elctromagnetic waves on guided structures
Chapter 3 : Metallic waveguides
Chapter 4 : Dielectric waveguides
Chapter 5 : Electromagnetic cavities



Prerequisites

Maxwell's theory, applied to electromagnetic plane waves

Tests

Exam1 = 2 hours of written examination. Documents forbidden. Calculator authorized, 1 given formular.
Exam2 = second chance examination. Can be proposed by the jury at the end of the year



N1=exam1
N2=exam2

Additional Information

Curriculum->F1A-PET->Semester 2

Bibliography

F. Gardiol, "Electromagnétisme", Traité d'Electricité, volume 3, Editions Georgi, 1979.

J.P. Pérez, R. Carles, R. Fleckinger, "Electromagnétisme, Fondements et applications", Editions Masson, 1996.

S. Ramo, J.R. Whinnery, T. Van Duzer, "Fields and waves in communication electronics", John Wiley & Sons Inc, 1994.

P.F. Combes, "Microondes, Lignes, Guides et Cavités", Editions Dunod, 1996.

P.F. Combes, "Microondes, Circuits passifs, Propagation, Antennes", Editions Dunod, 1997

R. E. Collin, "Field theory of Guided Waves", second edition, IEEE Press.

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