Summary Chapter 10.
Following the study of electrostatics and magnetostatics, we now look into time-dependent
phenomena, starting with Faradays law of induction. Faradays law w as originally observed as an
induced voltage or electromotive force (emf) in a
Summary
Chapter 15.
The Smith chart is a common tool in transmission line calculations and design. It is based on the
properties of the load and generalized reflection coefficient. Because of that it allows calculation of
impedances, SWR, magnitudes and p
Electromagnetics II
Exam 1
February 23, 2000
Solve the following four problems. Each carries equal weight. Be concise and clear. If you
need to assume anything, feel free to do so but only reasonable assumptions that do not
alter the problem will be accep
Summary
Chapter 14.
The current chapter treats transmission lines in the frequency domain. The behavior of voltages and
currents on the line behave as plane waves propagating along the line. Many of the relations in chapter
12 find new use here.
Reminders
Summary
Chapter 13.
This chapter takes up the issues of transmission, reflection and refraction of plane waves at the
interface between two different media. The dominant quantities are the reflection and transmission
coefficients at interfaces between med
Summary
Chapter 11
The main topic in this chapter is the introduction of displacement current density in Amperes law and
its consequences. The final result is Maxwells equations which include the postulates in the previous
chapters but also the modificati
Summary
Chapter 12.
The fundamentals of wave propagation and the behavior of waves in various media are the subjects of
the present chapter. We start with the source free electromagnetic wave equation in general, lossy and
lossless media (see Examples 12.
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Electromagnetics II
Makeup Exam
March 2, 1999
Solve the following four problems. Each carries equal weight. If you find it necessary to
assume anything, you must state your assumptions clearly. Reasonable assumptions will be
accepted but not if they mod
ELECTROMAGNETICS II
June 29, 2001
First Exam
(solution)
Answer the following four questions. Write clearly and concisely. You may use any material,
including your notes, book, etc. but you cannot borrow material during the exam. You are
encouraged to make
ELECTROMAGNETICS II
April 27, 2007
Exam 3, Solutions
Answer the following four questions. Write clearly, concisely and legibly. You may use
any material, including your notes, book, etc. but you cannot borrow material during the
exam. You are encouraged t
ELECTROMAGNETICS II
April 23, 2001
Exam 3
Solution
Answer the following four questions. Write clearly and concisely. You may use any material,
including your notes, book, etc. but you cannot borrow material during the exam. You are
encouraged to make reas
ELECTROMAGNETICS II
March 24, 2006
Exam 3
Solve the following four problems. Write clearly, concisely and legibly. You may use any
material, including your notes, book, etc. but you cannot borrow material during the exam. You
are encouraged to make reason
ELECTROMAGNETICS II
March 16, 2007
Exam 2
Answer the following four questions. Write clearly, concisely and legibly. You may use
any material, including your notes, book, etc. but you cannot borrow material during the
exam. You are encouraged to make reas
ELECTROMAGNETICS II
March 17, 2004
Second Exam
Solution
Answer the following five questions. Write clearly and concisely. You may use any material,
including your notes, book, etc. but you cannot borrow material during the exam. You are
encouraged to make
ELECTROMAGNETICS II
March 25, 2005
2nd Exam
Solutions
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You are encouraged to make r