Engineering Electromagnetics I

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Note: This course is not available for the current semester.

Course No: EECE.3600; Last Offered: Summer 2021;

Course Description

Electromagnetics I is the study of fundamental electrostatic and magnetostatic equations building up to the foundation of electrodynamics, Maxwell's Equations. This course is put into an engineering perspective by describing transmission line properties using circuit models and deriving these model parameters directly from Maxwell's Equations. To accomplish these tasks, Engineering Electromagnetics I implements: Transmission lines as Distributed Circuits, Smith Charts, impedance Matching, Electrostatics and Capacitance, steady current flow and Resistance, and Magnetostatics and Inductance.

Prerequisites & Notes

  • Prerequisites: EECE 2020, PHYS 1440 pre-req
  • Special Notes:
  • Credits: 3; Contact Hours: 3

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