Lecture 1 - Introduction to EMT

Lecture 2 - Coulombs law

Lecture 3 - Vector analysis-I and Introduction to coordinate system

Lecture 4 - Rectangular coordinate system

Lecture 5 - Vector analysis-II

Lecture 6 - Introduction to Electric field

Lecture 7 - Electric field-I

Lecture 8 - Cylindrical coordinate system

Lecture 9 - Transformation and Electric field-II

Lecture 10 - Electric Potential-I

Lecture 11 - Spherical co-ordinate system and Electric potential-II

Lecture 12 - Vector Analysis-III and Electric potential-III

Lecture 13 - Gausss law and its application-I

Lecture 14 - Gausss law and its application-II

Lecture 15 - Divergence and Poissons and Laplaces equation

Lecture 16 - Gausss law and its application -III

Lecture 17 - Vector analysis III (curl and its significance)

Lecture 18 - Conductor and dielectric-I

Lecture 19 - Polarization - I

Lecture 20 - Polarization - II

Lecture 21 - Polarization - II (Continued...)

Lecture 22 - Boundary condition

Lecture 23 - Continuity equation and Conductors - III

Lecture 24 - Conductors IV

Lecture 25 - Conductors IV (Continued...) and Capacitor - I

Lecture 26 - Capacitor - II

Lecture 27 - Capacitor - II (Continued...) and Equipotential Surfaces

Lecture 28 - Solution of Laplaces equation-I

Lecture 29 - Solution of Laplaces equation-I I and method of images-I

Lecture 30 - Method of images-II

Lecture 31 - Solution of Laplaces equation-III

Lecture 32 - Solution of Laplaces equation-IV

Lecture 33 - Introduction of magnetic field

Lecture 34 - Biot savart law and its application

Lecture 35 - Biot savart lawandits application-II

Lecture 36 - Magnetic vector potential

Lecture 37 - Magnetic force, torque and dipole

Lecture 38 - Magnetic force, torque and dipole (Continued...)

Lecture 39 - Magnetic materials-I

Lecture 40 - Magnetic materials-I (Continued...) and Magnetic moment

Lecture 41 - Magnetic materials-I (Continued...) and Boundary condition for Magnetic fields

Lecture 42 - Inductor and calculation of inductance for different shapes

Lecture 43 - Inductor and calculation of inductance for different shapes (Continued...)

Lecture 44 - Faradays law and its application-I

Lecture 45 - Faradays law and its application-II

Lecture 46 - Displacement current

Lecture 47 - Maxwells equation

Lecture 48 - Wave propagation

Lecture 49 - Solution of Helmholtz equation

Lecture 50 - Uniform plane waves

Lecture 51 - Polarization and Poynting Vector

Lecture 52 - Wave reflections (Normal incidence)

Lecture 53 - Waves in imperfect dielectrics and Good conductors

Lecture 54 - Skin depth/effect

Lecture 55 - Oblique incidence of waves

Lecture 56 - Oblique incidence of waves (Continued...)

Lecture 57 - Transmission line

Lecture 58 - Transmission line model

Lecture 59 - Steady state sinusoidal response of T-line-I

Lecture 60 - Steady state sinusoidal response of T-line-II

Lecture 61 - Steady state sinusoidal response of T-line-IIand Smith chart

Lecture 62 - Application of smith chart-I

Lecture 63 - Application of smith chart-II

Lecture 64 - Impedance matching

Lecture 65 - Transients on Transmission line-I

Lecture 66 - Transients on Transmission line-II

Lecture 67 - Pulse on Transmission line

Lecture 68 - Capacitive termination in Transmission line

Lecture 69 - Waveguide

Lecture 70 - Waveguide Analysis

Lecture 71 - TM modes in Waveguide

Lecture 72 - Rectangular waveguide: TM modes

Lecture 73 - Rectangular waveguide: TE modes

Lecture 74 - Waveguide: Wavelength, Impedance and power calculation

Lecture 75 - Waveguide losses

Lecture 76 - Dielectric Waveguide

Lecture 77 - Dielectric Waveguide (Continued...)

Lecture 78 - Radiation and Antenna

Lecture 79 - Hertzian Dipole Antenna

Lecture 80 - Hertzian Dipole Antenna (Continued...)

Lecture 81 - Quasi-statistics-I

Lecture 82 - Quasi-statistics-II

Lecture 83 - Long wire Antenna

Lecture 84 - Group velocity and Phase velocity

Lecture 85 - Numerical solution of Laplace's equation