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EE 221 - Electromagnetic Theory By Prof. Hakan Bagci

Prerequisites: EE 122 or equivalent undergraduate-level course on ElectromagneticsFundamental concepts of electromagnetics: Maxwell equations, Lorentz force relation, electric and magnetic polarizations, constitutive relations, boundary conditions, Poynting theorem in real and complex forms, energy relations. Solution of Helmholtz equation: plane, cylindrical, and spherical waves, dispersion, phase and group velocities, attenuation, wave propagation in anisotropic media. Electromagnetic theorems: uniqueness, duality, reciprocity, equivalence, and induction theorems, Huygen and Babinet principles. Guided wave propagation: mode expansions, metallic and dielectric waveguides, resonant cavities. Antennas: potentials, radiation, elementary antennas.

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