NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics


Lecture 1 - Introduction to Applied Elecromagnetics


Lecture 2 - Introduction to Transmission lines


Lecture 3 - Sinusoidal waves on Transmission lines


Lecture 4 - Terminating T-lines: Reflection and Transmission coefficient


Lecture 5 - Circuit parameters of a T-line


Lecture 6 - Lossy Transmission lines and primary constants


Lecture 7 - When to apply T-line Theory?


Lecture 8 - Standing Waves on T-lines


Lecture 9 - Lumped equivalent circuits of T-lines


Lecture 10 - Impedance transformation and power flow on T-lines


Lecture 11 - Graphical aid: Smith Chart Derivation


Lecture 12 - Smith chart applications


Lecture 13 - Further applications of Smith chart - Part 1


Lecture 14 - Further applications of Smith chart - Part 2


Lecture 15 - Impedance matching techniques - Part 1


Lecture 16 - Impedance matching techniques - Part 2


Lecture 17 - Impedance matching techniques - Part 3


Lecture 18 - T-lines in time domain: Lattice diagrams


Lecture 19 - Further examples of use of lattice diagrams


Lecture 20 - High-speed digital signal propagation on T-lines


Lecture 21 - Transient analysis with reactive termination and Time-domain reflectometry


Lecture 22 - Fault detection using TDR


Lecture 23 - Why Electromagnetics?


Lecture 24 - Rectangular coordinate systems


Lecture 25 - Cylindrical coordinate systems


Lecture 26 - Review of vector fields and Gradient


Lecture 27 - Divergence, Curl, and Laplacian operations


Lecture 28 - Towards Maxwells equations - Part 1


Lecture 29 - Towards Maxwells equations - Part 2


Lecture 30 - Faradays law


Lecture 31 - Completing Maxwells equations and Boundary conditions


Lecture 32 - Boundary conditions for Electromagnetic fields


Lecture 33 - Electrostatics-I: Laplace and Poissons equations


Lecture 34 - Electrostatics-II: Solving Laplaces equation in 1D


Lecture 35 - Electrostatics-III: Solving Laplaces equation in 2D


Lecture 36 - Electrostatics-IV: Finite Difference method for solving Laplaces equation


Lecture 37 - Magnetostatic fields-I: Biot-Savart Law


Lecture 38 - Magnetostatic fields-II: Calculation of magnetic fields


Lecture 39 - Inductance calculations


Lecture 40 - From Maxwells equations to uniform plane waves


Lecture 41 - Plane wave propagation in lossless dielectric media


Lecture 42 - Polarization of plane waves


Lecture 43 - Can an Ideal capacitor exist?


Lecture 44 - Skin effect in conductors


Lecture 45 - Skin effect in round wires


Lecture 46 - Finite difference method


Lecture 47 - Reflection of uniform plane waves


Lecture 48 - Application: Reflection from multiple media and anti-reflection coating.


Lecture 49 - Oblique incidence of plane waves


Lecture 50 - Total internal reflection


Lecture 51 - Application: Matrix analysis of reflection from multiple boundaries


Lecture 52 - Application: Fabry-Perot cavity and Multi-layer films


Lecture 53 - Introduction to waveguides


Lecture 54 - Rectangular waveguides


Lecture 55 - Attenuation and Dispersion in rectangular waveguides


Lecture 56 - Planar optical waveguides


Lecture 57 - Application: Optical Fibers


Lecture 58 - Application: WDM Optical Components


Lecture 59 - Mach-Zehnder Modulator


Lecture 60 - Wave Propagation in Anisotropic Medium


Lecture 61 - Wave Propagation in Ferrites


Lecture 62 - Magnetic Vector Potential - Part 1


Lecture 63 - Magnetic Vector Potential - Part 2


Lecture 64 - Fields of a Dipole Antenna


Lecture 65 - Antenna Parameters and Long wire Antenna


Lecture 66 - Friis Transmission Formula