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MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax: 08418 204088

ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING


COURSE DESCRIPTION FORM

I.

Course Title

ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY AND TRANSMISSION


LINES

Course Code

A40411

Regulation
Course Structure

R13-JNTUH
Lectures
5

Course Coordinator
Team of Instructors

Mr. Y.VenkatRao, Assistant Professor


Mr. Ravi. K, Assistant Professor

Tutorials
-

Practicals
-

Credits
4

COURSE OVERVIEW:
The course covers the basics of the electrostatic field-Gauss's law; boundary conditions; capacitance;
Laplaces and Poissons equations; energy, forces, and torques. The steady electric current. The magneto
static field, vector potential; Amperes and Biot-Savart laws; inductance; energy, forces, and torques. Quasi
static fields; electromagnetic induction. It also deals with the propagation of Electromagnetic (EM) waves
through guided and unguided media.

I.

PREREQUISITE(S):
Level
UG

II.

Credits
4

Periods / Week
5

Prerequisites
Mathematical background and Logical Thinking

MARKS DISTRIBUTION:
Sessional Marks (25 Marks)
Mid Semester Test
There shall be 3 midterm examinations.
Each midterm examination consists of subjective type and Objective type tests.
The subjective test is for 10 marks, with duration of 1 hour.
Subjective test of each semester shall contain 4 questions.
The student has to answer 2 questions, each carrying 5 marks.
The objective type test is for 10 marks with duration of 20minutes.
It consists of 10 Multiple choice and 10 objective type questions.
The student has to answer all the questions and each carries half mark.
First midterm examination shall be conducted for the first unit of syllabus and
second midterm examination shall be conducted for the remaining portion.
Five marks are earmarked for assignments.
There shall be three assignments in every theory course.
Marks shall be awarded considering the average of two assignments in each
course reason whatsoever, will get zero marks(s).

University
End Exam
Marks
75

Total
Marks
100

III.

EVALUATION SCHEME:
S No.
1
2
3
4
5
6

IV.

Component
I Mid descriptive exam
I Mid Objective
Assignment
II Mid descriptive exam
II Mid Objective
Assignment

Duration (Min)
60
20
60
20

Marks
10
10
5
10
10
5

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
This course has the basics of electric and magnetic fields such as different charge densities, flux (electric
and magnetic), scalar and vector potentials, emf, mmf, and capacitance induced and propagation of EM
waves through
To introduce the concept of co-ordinate systems and types to analyze the motion of object and
their applications in free space to student.
To impart the knowledge of electric and magnetic fields in real time applications.
To introduce the fundamental theory of electromagnetic waves in transmission lines and their
practical applications.
To study the propagation characteristics of electromagnetic wave in bounded and unbounded
media.
To calculate various line parameters by conventional and graphical methods

V.

HOW COURSE OUTCOMES ARE ASSESSED:


Program Outcomes
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.

An ability to apply knowledge of basic sciences, mathematical


skills, engineering and technology to solve complex electronics and
communication engineering problems
An ability to identify, formulate and analyze engineering problems
using knowledge of Basic Mathematics and Engineering Sciences.
An ability to provide solution and to design Electronics and
Communication Systems as per social needs
An ability to investigate the problems in Electronics and
Communication field and develop suitable solutions.
An ability to use latest hardware and software tools to solve
complex engineering problems
An ability to apply knowledge of contemporary issues like health,
Safety and legal which influences engineering design
An ability to have awareness on society and environment for
sustainable solutions to Electronics and Communication
Engineering problems
An ability to demonstrate understanding of professional and ethical
responsibilities
An ability to work efficiently as an individual and in
multidisciplinary teams
An ability to communicate effectively and efficiently both in verbal

Level
S
S
S
S
S

Proficiency
assessed by
Assignments,
Exercises
Assignments,
Exercises
Hands on Practice
Sessions
Hands on Practice
Sessions
Hands on Practice
Sessions

N
N
N
S
N

Seminars
Discussions

k.

l.

and written form


An ability to develop confidence to pursue higher education and for
life-long learning
An ability to design, implement and manage the electronic projects
for real world applications with optimum financial resources
N = None

VI.

S = Supportive

Hands on Practice
Sessions,
Workshop, Mini
Projects, Prototypes
Hands on Practice
Sessions,
Workshop, Mini
Projects, Prototypes

H = Highly Related

SYLLABUS:
UNIT I
Electrostatics: Coulombs law, Electric field Intensity, Fields due to different charge distributions, Electric
Flux Density, Gauss law and its Applications, Electric Flux Density, Gauss law and its Applications,
Electric Potential, Relation Between E and V, Maxwells Two equations for Electrostatic Fields, energy
Density, Maxwells Two equations for Electrostatic Fields, energy Density, Illustrative Problems.
Convection and Conduction Currents, Dielectric Constant, Isotropic and Homogeneous Dielectrics,
Continuity Equation and Relaxation Time, Poissons and Laplaces Equations, Capacitance- Parallel plate,
Co-axial and Spherical capacitors, Illustrative Problems.
UNIT-II
Magneto statics: Biot - Savart Law, Amperes circuital Law and Applications, Magnetic Flux Density,
Maxwells Two Equations for Magneto static fields, Magnetic Scalar and Vector Potentials, Forces due to
Magnetic Fields, Amperes force Law, Forces due to Magnetic Fields, Amperes force Law, Forces due to
Magnetic Fields, Amperes force Law, Inductances and Magnetic Energy, Illustrative Problems.
Maxwells Equations (Time Varying Fields): Faradays Law and Transformer emf, Inconsistence of
Amperes Law and Displacement Current density, Maxwells Equations indifferent Final Forms and Word
Statements, Conditions at a boundary Surface: Dielectric-dielectric, dielectric-conductor Interfaces,
Illustrative Problems.
UNIT-III
EM Wave Characteristics-I: Wave Equations for conducting and Perfect Dielectric Media, Uniform Plane
Waves-Definition, All Relations between E and H, Sinusoidal Variations, Wave Propagation in Lossless
and Conducting Media, Conductors and Dielectrics-Characterization, Wave Propagation in good
conductors and Good Dielectrics, Polarization, Illustrative Problems.
EM Wave Characteristics-II: Reflection and Refraction of Plane waves-Normal and Oblique Incidences
for Perfect Dielectric, Brewster angle, Critical Angle, Total Internal Reflection, Surface Impedance,
Poynting Vector Poynting Theorem-Applications, Power Loss in Plane Conductor, Illustrative Problems.
UNIT-IV
Transmission Lines-I: Types, Parameters, Transmission line Equations, Primary and Secondary Constants,
Expressions for Characteristic Impedance, Propagation Constant, Phase and Group Velocities, Infinite Line
Concepts, Losslessness/Low Loss Characterization, Distortion-Condition for Distortionlessness and
Minimum Attenuation, Loading- Types of loading, Illustrative Problems.
UNIT-V
Transmission Lines-II: Input Impedance Relations, SC and OC Lines, Reflection Coefficient, VSWR,
UHF Lines as Circuit Elements, /4, /2 and /8 Lines- Impedance Transformations, Significance of Z min
and Zmax , Smith Chart-Configuration and Applications, Single and Double Stub Matching, Illustrative
Problems.

Text Books:
1. Elements of Electromagnetic- Matthew N.o. Sadiku, 4thEd. Oxford Univ. Press.
2. Electromagnetic waves and Radiating Systems- E.C. Jordan and K.G. Balmain, 2ndEd., 2000, PHI.
3. Transmission lines and Networks- Umesh Sinha, Satya Prakashan, 2001, (Tech, India Publications),
New Delhi.
Reference Books:
1. Engineering Electromagnetic- Nathan Ida, 2ndEd., 2005, Springer (India) Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
2. Engineering electromagnetic- William H. Hayt Jr. and John A. Buck, 7thEd., 2006, TMH.
3. Electromagnetic Field theory and Transmission Lines- G.
Sashibushana Rao, Wiley India, 2013.
4. Networks, Lines and Fields- John D. Ryder, 2nd Ed., 1999, PHI.
VII.

COURSE PLAN:
Unit No
CLOs
Number
I

Course Learning
Objective
To design flux
controlled motors
and generators

Lecture
Number

Topics to be name

Reference

Coulombs law, Electric field


Intensity
Fields due to different charge
distributions
Electric Flux Density, Gauss law
and its Applications
Electric Potential, Relation
Between E and V
Maxwells Two equations for
Electrostatic Fields, energy Density
Illustrative Problems
Convection and Conduction
Currents
Dielectric Constant, Isotropic and
Homogeneous Dielectrics
Continuity Equation and Relaxation
Time

T1

2
3-4
5

To analyze the
Maxwells
electrostatic field
equations

6-7
8
9
10

4
II

To design long time


charge
boosters(chargers)
Design of dielectric
or synthetic
capacitors
To know the energy
storage design of
high magnetic filed
coils used in
transformers
,motors and
generators
OR
magnetic coupled
devices

Design of ac and dc

11
12

Poissons and Laplaces Equations

13

Capacitance- Parallel plate, Coaxial and Spherical capacitors


Illustrative Problems
Biot-Savart Law, Amperes Law
and Applications
Magnetic Flux Density
Maxwells Two Equations for
Magneto static fields
Magnetic Scalar and Vector
Potentials
Forces due to Magnetic Fields,
Amperes force Law
Inductances and Magnetic Energy
Illustrative Problems
Maxwells Equations (Time

14
15-16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

T1
T1, T2
T1,T2
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1

T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1

motors and
generators
24

III

25
7

To know the skin


depth of materials

To understand the
media
characteristics

26
27
28
29
30
31

10

11

To understand the
material
characteristics

32

To understand the
wave motion in
guided and un
guided media
To know the skin
depth of materials

34
35

33

IV

13

Design of
transmission lines
and to understand
characteristics

T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1,T2
T1,T2
T1
T1

Reflection And Refraction of Plane


Waves

T1

37

Normal and Oblique Incidences for


Perfect Conductor
Normal and Oblique Incidences for
Perfect Dielectric
Brewster angle, Critical Angle
Total Internal Reflection, Surface
Impedance

T1

39
40

To understand the
behavior of EM
signal

T1

36

38

12

Varying Fields), Faradays Law and


Transformer EMF
Inconsistence of Amperes Law and
Displacement Current density
Maxwells Equations indifferent
Final Forms and Word Statements
Conditions at a boundary Surface:
Dielectric-dielectric, dielectricconductor Interfaces
Illustrative Problems
Wave Equations for conducting and
Perfect Dielectric Media
Uniform Plane Waves-Definition,
All Relations between E and H
Sinusoidal Variations
Wave Propagation in Lossless and
Conducting Media
Conductors and DielectricsCharacterization
Wave Propagation in good
conductors and Good Dielectrics
Polarization and types
Illustrative Problems

41
42
43
44
45-46
47-48
49
50

Poynting Vector, Poynting


Theorem-Applications
Power Loss in Plane Conductor
Illustrative Problems
Constants Types,
Transmission line Equations,
Primary and Secondary Parameters
Expressions for Characteristic
Impedance, Propagation Constant,
Phase and Group Velocities
Infinite Line Concepts
Losslessness/Low Loss

T1
T1,T2
T1

T1,T2
T1
T1
T3
T1,T3
T3
T1, T3
T3

Characterization
Distortion-Condition for
Distortionlessness and Minimum
Attenuation
Loading, Types of loading
Illustrative Problems
and OC Lines

51-52

14

VIII.

Design of electronic
and electrical
circuits

15

Design and
understanding of
antenna elements
like dipoles and its
behavior

16

To achieve the
impedance matching

17

53
54
55-56

Design of couplers

T3
T1, T3
T3
T3

57
58
59-60

Reflection Coefficient, VSWR


UHF Lines as Circuit Elements
/4, /2 and /8 Lines- Impedance
Transformations

T3
T3
T1, T3

61
62

Significance of Zmin and Zmax


Smith Chart-Configuration and
Applications
Single and Double Stub Matching
Illustrative Problems

T3
T1,T3

63-64
65

T1,T3
T3

MAPPING COURSE OBJECTIVES LEADING TO THE ACHIEVEMENT OF PROGRAM


OUTCOMES:
Course Objectives

Program Outcomes
a

II

III

S
H

IV

S
H

VI

S
H

S = Supportive

H = Highly Related

IX.MAPPING COURSE OUTCOMES LEADING TO THE ACHIEVEMENT OF PROGRAM


OUTCOMES:
Course Outcomes
1

Program Outcomes
a

S
H

H
S

10

11

H
H

12

S
S

13

14

15

16

17

S
S
H

S = Supportive

H
S

S
H = Highly Related

Prepared By: Mr. Y. Venkat Rao, Assistant Professor; Mr. Ravi. K, Assistant Professor

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