Graduate

ECE 6340: Intermediate Electromagnetic WavesPrerequisite: ECE 3317Maxwell's equations, properties of matter, transmission lines, waveguides, plane waves, radiation from antennas, duality, image methods, equivalence principle, reciprocity, radiation from sources in layered media.

ECE 6341: Advanced Electromagnetic WavesPrerequisite: ECE 6340TETM decomposition, cylindrical wave functions, spherical wave functions, asymptotic methods, spectraldomain methods for layered media, radiation and scattering from periodic structures, phased arrays.

ECE 6345: Microstrip AntennasPrerequisite: ECE 6340 or consent of instructorFormulation and numerical solution of integral equations for scattreing and radiation by thin wires, two and three dimensional conducting structures, bodies of revolution, dielectric bodies.

ECE 6350: Numerical Methods in ElectromagneticsFormulation and numerical solution of integral equations for scattering and radiation by thin wires, two and threedimensional conducting structures, bodies of revolution, dielectric bodies.

ECE 6351: Microwave EngineeringPrerequisite: ECE 3317Transmission lines; waveguides; microstrip circuits; microwave circuit theory; scattering matrices; impedance transformers; passive microwave devices; resonators; microwave tubes; solid state active devices. See ECE 5317.

ECE 6352: Antenna EngineeringPrerequisite: ECE 3317Antenna concepts: linear, aperture and wire antennas; printed circuit radiators; frequencyindependent antennas; measurement techniques. See ECE 5318.

ECE 6353: RF and Microwave ElectronicsPrerequisite: Undergraduate electrodynamics and electronics coursesA course in microwave engineering is desirable. The intent of this course is to cover the techniques necessary for the design and analysis of RF and microwave electronic circuits. The emphasis in the course will be a practical understanding of high frequency electronic circuit analysis and design. Mathematical derivations and analysis will be done in as direct a way as possible and computer simulations will be used to illustrate practical design considerations.

ECE 6397: Electromagnetic CompatibilityPrerequisite: Consent of instructorFrequency behavior of passive components, electrical and magnetic coupling, transmission lines, dipole and monopole antennas, radiative coupling, electromagnetic shielding and grounding.

ECE 6397: Signal IntegrityPrerequisite: Consent of instructorTime/frequency domain representations of digital signals, parasitic inductance and capacitance, crosstalk, transmission lines, differential signaling, simultaneous switching noise, power bus decoupling, dispersion, jitter.
Undergraduate

ECE 3317: Applied Electromagnetic WavesPrerequisite: ECE 3318 and credit for or concurrent enrollment in ECE 3337Maxwell's equations in time and frequency domains, Poynting's theorem, plane wave propagation, reflection and transmission in lossless and lossy media, transmission lines, waveguides, and antennas.

ECE 3318: Applied Electricity and MagnetismPrerequisite: MATH 2433, PHYS 1322, and credit for or concurrent enrollment in ECE 2331 and MATH 3321Fundamentals of electricity and magnetism, vector calculus, Maxwell's equations, Kirchhoff's laws, static electric and magnetic fields, resistance, capacitance, inductance, magnetic circuits and transformers.

ECE 5317: Microwave EngineeringPrerequisite: ECE 3317Transmission lines; waveguides; microstrip circuits; microwave circuit theory; scattering matrices; impedance transformers; passive microwave devices; resonators; microwave tubes; solid state active devices.

ECE 5318: Antenna EngineeringPrerequisite: ECE 3317Antenna concepts: linear, aperture and wire antennas; printed circuit radiators; frequencyindependent antennas; measurement techniques.