
Program outcomes and how they are covered by the specific course outcomes 



(a) 
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Understand the basic properties of transmission lines;analyze electromagnetic wave propagation in generic transmission line geometries. 



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Use Smith chart to design transmission lines; find reflection coefficient for a given impedance and conversely, find impedance for a given reflection coefficient. 



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Understand the meaning of divergence and curl; be able to calculate line integrals, surface and volume integrals. 



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Use Gaussï¿½ Law, Coulombï¿½s law and Poissonï¿½s Eq to find fields and potentials for a variety of situations including charge distributions and capacitors. 



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Use numerical methods to solve for electric fields from charge distributions and conducting boundaries. 



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Understand the behavior of magnetic and electric fields in the presence of dielectric and magnetic materials; appreciate how to simply modify expressions for capacitance and inductance from free space expressions. 



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Understand the behavior of magnetic and electric fields in the presence of dielectric and magnetic materials. 



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Understand Maxwellï¿½s Equations for timeharmonic fields and the boundary conditions across media boundaries. 



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Derive and solve basic 1D electromagnetic wave equations. 



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Understand the distribution of electromagnetic fields within various transmission line geometries. 



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Analyze electromagnetic wave propagation and attenuation in various medium and propagation through boundaries between media. 



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Several homework assignments delving on core concepts and reinforcing analytical skills learned in class. 

  

(c) 
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Design simple impedance matching transmission line sections. 



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Analyze electromagnetic wave propagation and attenuation in various medium and propagation through boundaries between media. 

  

(d) 
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Understand the basic properties of transmission lines;analyze electromagnetic wave propagation in generic transmission line geometries. 



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Understand Maxwellï¿½s Equations for timeharmonic fields and the boundary conditions across media boundaries. 

  

(i) 
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Several homework assignments delving on core concepts and reinforcing analytical skills learned in class. 



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Opportunities to interact weekly with the instructor and the teaching assistant(s) during regular office hours and discussion sections in order to further the students' learning experience and the students' interest in the material. 

  

(k) 
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Use Smith chart to design transmission lines; find reflection coefficient for a given impedance and conversely, find impedance for a given reflection coefficient. 



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Design simple impedance matching transmission line sections. 



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Use numerical methods to solve for electric fields from charge distributions and conducting boundaries. 

  

(m) 
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Understand the meaning of divergence and curl; be able to calculate line integrals, surface and volume integrals. 



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Use Gaussï¿½ Law, Coulombï¿½s law and Poissonï¿½s Eq to find fields and potentials for a variety of situations including charge distributions and capacitors. 



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Understand the behavior of magnetic and electric fields in the presence of dielectric and magnetic materials; appreciate how to simply modify expressions for capacitance and inductance from free space expressions. 

  

(n) 
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Understand the meaning of divergence and curl; be able to calculate line integrals, surface and volume integrals. 



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Use Gaussï¿½ Law, Coulombï¿½s law and Poissonï¿½s Eq to find fields and potentials for a variety of situations including charge distributions and capacitors. 



¤ 
Use numerical methods to solve for electric fields from charge distributions and conducting boundaries. 



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Understand the behavior of magnetic and electric fields in the presence of dielectric and magnetic materials; appreciate how to simply modify expressions for capacitance and inductance from free space expressions. 



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Derive and solve basic 1D electromagnetic wave equations. 

  