NOC:Microwave Engineering


Lecture 1 - Introduction to Microwave Engineering


Lecture 2 - Introduction to Transmission Line Theory


Lecture 3 - Lossy Transmission Line


Lecture 4 - Smith Chart


Lecture 5 - Introduction to Waveguides and Rectangular Waveguide


Lecture 6 - Circular Waveguide


Lecture 7 - Attenuation Waveguide


Lecture 8 - N-port microwave networks and equivalent voltages and currents


Lecture 9 - Scattering Matrix (S-Parameters) Part-1


Lecture 10 - Scattering Matrix (S-parameters) Part-2 and Transmission Matrix (ABCD-Parameters)


Lecture 11 - Impedance Matching Using L-Section and Series Stub Networks


Lecture 12 - Impedance Matching Using Shunt Stub, Double Stub and Quarter wave Transformer


Lecture 13 - Multisection Matching Networks and Tapered Lines


Lecture 14 - Series and Parallel RLC Resonators


Lecture 15 - Transmission Line Resonators


Lecture 16 - Waveguide Resonators


Lecture 17 - Introduction to power dividers


Lecture 18 - Directional couplers


Lecture 19 - Microwave Filters - Part 1


Lecture 20 - Microwave Filters - Part 2


Lecture 21 - Characteristics of Microwave BJT and FET


Lecture 22 - PIN Diodes and Control Circuits


Lecture 23 - Schottky Diodes and Detectors and Tunnel Diodes


Lecture 24 - Gunn Diodes, IMPATT Diodes and Varactor Diodes


Lecture 25 - Two-Port Power Gain and Stability


Lecture 26 - Design of single stage transistor amplifier (for maximum gain, specified gain, low noise)


Lecture 27 - RF oscillator


Lecture 28 - Limitations of Conventional Tubes at Microwave Ranges


Lecture 29 - Introduction to Klystron


Lecture 30 - Reflex Klystron, Magnetron and TWT


Lecture 31 - Ferrite Devices


Lecture 32 - Planar transmission lines for MIC


Lecture 33 - Lumped elements for MIC


Lecture 34 - Lumped inductor, HMIC and MMIC


Lecture 35 - Overview of Radar


Lecture 36 - Cellular Communication


Lecture 37 - Satellite Communication and Applications of Microwave