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



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Recite Maxwellï¿½s equations, boundary conditions and their physical meaning. 



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Derive the wave equation and vector potentials. 



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Generate the far field and plot the radiation pattern of any line antenna from the known current distribution. 



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Evaluate the antenna parameters like gain, input impedance, polarization for dipole antennas. 



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Evaluate the property of small loop antennas. 



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Carry out wireless communication link budget using Friss transmission formula. 



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Derive and draw the antenna array factor for linear array and calculate the array gain. 



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Draw polar plot of array factor for linear phased array from universal pattern. 



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Design normal endfire array and Hansenwoodyard array. 



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Select the appropriate array spacing to avoid grating lobes. 



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Understand how a method of moment code is written and use it to calculate the characteristics of a halfwave dipole antenna. 



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Understand how YagiUda antenna works. 



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Know the current distribution and polarization states of a large loop antenna. 



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Understand imaging principle and equivalence principles and applications to Microstrip antennas. 



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Calculate the radiating frequency of a microstrip antenna from its dimension and feeding structure. 



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

  

(c) 
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Carry out wireless communication link budget using Friss transmission formula. 



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Design normal endfire array and Hansenwoodyard array. 

  

(d) 
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Generate the far field and plot the radiation pattern of any line antenna from the known current distribution. 



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Carry out wireless communication link budget using Friss transmission formula. 

  

(e) 
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Select the appropriate array spacing to avoid grating lobes. 



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Understand how YagiUda antenna works. 



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Know the current distribution and polarization states of a large loop antenna. 



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Understand imaging principle and equivalence principles and applications to Microstrip antennas. 

  

(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 with teaching assistant(s) during 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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Evaluate the antenna parameters like gain, input impedance, polarization for dipole antennas. 



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Evaluate the property of small loop antennas. 



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Carry out wireless communication link budget using Friss transmission formula. 



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Derive and draw the antenna array factor for linear array and calculate the array gain. 



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Draw polar plot of array factor for linear phased array from universal pattern. 



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Select the appropriate array spacing to avoid grating lobes. 



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Understand how a method of moment code is written and use it to calculate the characteristics of a halfwave dipole antenna. 



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Calculate the radiating frequency of a microstrip antenna from its dimension and feeding structure. 



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Understand the differences between two working modes of Helical antennas. 

  

(m) 
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Recite Maxwellï¿½s equations, boundary conditions and their physical meaning. 



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Generate the far field and plot the radiation pattern of any line antenna from the known current distribution. 



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Understand how a method of moment code is written and use it to calculate the characteristics of a halfwave dipole antenna. 

  

(n) 
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Recite Maxwellï¿½s equations, boundary conditions and their physical meaning. 



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Derive the wave equation and vector potentials. 

  