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LAST UPDATE: January 9, 2017. See Announcements for information.
Test #1: Thursday, September 14, 2017. NO EXCEPTIONS. | |
1: | Covers material of Chapters 1 and 2. |
2: | Open Class Text Book and Class Website Notes ONLY; anything else is not allowed. For calculations, only handheld calculators; NO laptops (other for website notes) or computer programs. |
Test #2: Thursday, November 2, 2017NO EXCEPTIONS. | |
1: | Covers material through and including Chapter 5. |
2: | Open Class Text Book and Class Website Notes ONLY; anything else is not allowed. For calculations, only handheld calculators; NO laptops or computer programs. |
Final Exam: Tuesday, December 5, 2017. NO EXCEPTIONS. | |
1: | Covers material through and including Chapter 8 that we have covered. |
2: | Open Class Text Book and Class Website Notes ONLY; anything else is not allowed. For calculations, only handheld calculators; NO laptops or computer programs. |
Homework#1: Due: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 ( before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 1.3 |
2: | Problem 1.4 |
3: | Problem 1.14 |
4: | Problem 1.21 |
5: | Problem 1.36 |
Homework#2: Due: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 (before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 2.2 |
2: | Problem 2.5 |
3: | Problem 2.12 |
4: | Problem 2.18 |
Homework#3: Due: Thursday, September 7, 2017(before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 2.20 |
2: | Problem 2.23 |
2: | Problem 2.25 |
Homework#4: Due: Tuesday, September 12, 2017 (before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 3.7 |
2: | Problem 3.10 |
Homework#5: Due: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 (before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 4.4 |
2: | Problem 4.6 |
3: | Problem 4.11 |
Homework#6: Due: Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017 (before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 4.13 |
2: | Problem 4.20 |
3: | Problem 4.22 |
Homework#7: Due: Tuesday, September 26, 2017 (before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 4.26 |
2: | Problem 4.34 |
3: | Problem 4.36. Assume the antenna is placed at the origin of the rectangular coordinate system, and the incident wave is created at the negative z axis and it is traveling along the +z direction. |
Homework#8: Due: Thursday, September 28, 2017 (before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 5.4 |
2: | Problem 5.11 |
Homework#9: Due: Tuesday, October 3, 2017 (before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 5.22 |
2: | Problem 5.30 |
3: | Problem 5.31 |
Homework#10: Due: Thursday, October 12, 2017 (before the beginning of class). | ||
1: | Problem 5.45. Do it analytically; also verify results with the Matlab program Quarterwave_match, which will be sent to you by email.; include also plots. | |
2: | Problem 2. See attachment that will be sent to you by email.Plot all 3 curves in one figure. | |
3: | Problem 3. See attachment that will be sent to you by email. Plot all 3 curves in one figure. You can use the Matlab Program Single_Slab, which will be sent to you by email. |
Homework#11: Due: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 (before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 5.47. Do it analytically. Also verify results using the Matlab computer program Quarterwave_match; include also plots. |
2: | Problem 5.50 |
3: | Problem 5.51 Do it analytically. Also Verify using the Matlab program Polarization_Refl_Trans.. |
Homework#12: Due: Tuesday, October 31, 2017 (before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Special Problem; sent to students as an attachment to an email. |
Homework#13: Due: Thursday, November 9, 2017 (before the beginning of the class). | |
1: | Problem 6.29 |
2: | Problem 6.30 |
Homework#14: Due: Tuesday, November 21, 2017 (before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Repeat Example 7.4 when the incident electric field is: Ei=-azEoexp{jbeta[x'cos(phii)+y'sin(phii)]}. |
Homework#15: Due: Tuesday, November 28, 2107 (before the beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 8.1 |
2: | Problem 8.2 |
3: | Problem 8.5 |