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Course Synopsis

This is the first course in Electromagnetic Field Theory at the undergraduate level. It provides
basic concepts and understanding of fundamental laws of electrostatics and magnetostatics. Applications of these laws for different field configurations are also introduced. The course also introduces transmission line theory and the use of transmission lines as circuit elements. Calculation of transmission line parameters like VSWR, reflection coefficient and impedance matching using Smith’s chart is also included in this course.


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