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Test #1: Take Home Part: ....................; In Class Part: Thursday, February 26, 2015. NO EXCEPTIONS. | |
1: | Through Chapter 8 |
2: | Open class text book and open class website notes. Anything else is not allowed. |
Test #2: ...................... NO EXCEPTIONS.. | |
1: | Covers material through the end of Chapter 9. |
2: | Open Class Text Book and Website Class Notes. Anything else is not allowed. NO LAPTOPS OR COMPUTER PROGRAMS; ONLY handheld calculators. |
FINAL EXAM, ........................ (NO EXCEPTIONS).. | |
1: | Covers material from Chapters 8-11 and Chapter 15 (closed and series forms). |
2: | Open Class Text Book and Website Class Notes (can bring them electronically). Anything else is not allowed. ONLY handheld calculators. |
Homework #1: Due, ........................, before the beginning of class. | |
1: | Problem ... |
2: | Problem .... |
3: | Problem ..... |
Homework #2: Due, .................., before the beginning of class. | |
1: | Problem .... To find the dominant mode, assume a > b. |
2: | Problem ..... |
3: | Problem ...... |
4: | Problem ....... To find the dominant mode, assume a > b. |
Homework #3: Due, .........., before the beginning of the class. | |
1: | Problem ....... |
2: | Problem ........... |
3: | Problem ................ |
You can use combinations of analytical and graphical solutions. |
Homework #4; Due, ...................., before the beginning of class. | |
1: | Problem ....... |
2: | Problem ............ |
Homework #5; Due, ..................... | |
1: | Problem ..... |
2: | Problem .... |
3: | Problem ..... |
4: | Problem ...... |
Homework #6; Due, ...................., before the beginning of the class. | |
1: | Problem ..... You do not have to use the Matlab Program CircDielGuide, if you cannot run it. |
2: | Problem ..... |
3: | Problem ................. (assume h/a<2.03) |
4: | Problem ........... |
Homework #7; Due, ................., before the beginning of class. | |
1: | Problem .... Show ALL details. |
2: | Problem 10.5. Show ALL details. |
3: | Problem ..... |
4: | Problem .... |
Homework #8; Due, ................, before the beginning of class. | |
1: | Problem .... |
2: | Problem ....... Only part a |
Homework #9; Due, ..................., before the beginning of class. | |
1: | Repeat Example 7.4 when the incident electric field is given by Ei = az Eo exp[j beta(x cos(phi)i + y sin(phi)i)] P. S. Do only the Physical Optics Equivalent. |
2: | For a strip of width W=2 lambda, plot the normalized monostatic SW/lambda (in dB). Use linear plot (0 degrees < (phi)i < 180 degrees). |
3: | Repeat Problem #2 when the length of the strip is L = 5 lambda, 10 lambda, 20 lambda (plot all three graphs on the same figure). Plot the RCS/lambda^2 (in dB). Use approximate relation between SW and RCS. Assume normal incidence. |
4: | Repeat Problem #3 by treating the strip of finite length as a rectangular plate. Compare the results of Problems 3 & 4. Are they different? Comment(s). |
Homework #10; Due, .........................., before the beginning of class. | |
1: | Problem ... |
P. S. | Start with the solution for the x-variations and get the solution for the y-variations in closed form. |
Homework #; Due, , before the beginning of class. | |
1: | Repeat the plots of Fig. 11-13 (both in dimensionless and in dB units). |
2: | For the same cases of Fig. 11-13, plot the magnitude of the induced electric current density (in A/m). Assume f = 10 GHz and an incident electric field of 1 x 10 ^-3 V/m. |
3: | Repeat the plots of Fig. 11-15 (both in dimensionless and in dB units). |
4: | For the same cases of Fig. 11-15, plot the magnitude of the induced electric current density (in A/m). Assume f = 10 GHz and an incident electric field of 1 x 10 ^-3 V/m. |
Homework #.............Due, (before beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 1: Special Problem |
2: | Problem 2: Special Problem |
Homework #..........; Due, .................................... (before beginning of class). | |
1: | Problem 11.26 |
a: | As stated in the book |
b: | As stated in the book |
c: | Derive an expression for the Scattering Width (SW) |
d: | Plot SW/lambdao (in dB) for a = 2 lambdao, dielectric constant = 4 and 9 (0 greater phi less 180 degrees) |
2: | Repeat the calculations of Figure 11-26 |
a: | Plot the normalized monostatic RCS [RCS/(pi x a^2)] dimensionless |
b: | Plot the normalized monostatic RCS [RCS/(pi x a^2)] in dB |
Homework #...; Due, ......................................... (before beginning of class). | |
For the scattering of a plane wave by a PEC sphere of radius a, with the incident electric field with only one component (Ex-incident), as outlined in Section 11.8 in our text book: | |
1: | Derive an expression, in simplified form, for the cross-polarized component (Ey) of the far-zone scattered electric field in the monostatic direction only. |
2: | Derive an expression, in simplified form, of the 3-D monostatic RCS for the cross-polarized field. |
3: | Plot the normalized RCS (RCS/pi x a^2) for 0 < a < 2 lambdao(free space); similar to Figure 11-26 in the textbook: |
a: | Dimensionless |
b: | In dB |
If you have any comments to make concerning the monostatic cross-polarized field and associated RCS, please do so. |