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Activities guide and evaluation rubric – Step 4

1. General description of the course

Faculty or Academic Unit Escuela de Ciencias Básicas, Tecnología e Ingeniería


Academic Level Profesional
Academic Field Formación interdisciplinar básica común
Course Name Teoría Electromagnética y Ondas
Course Code 203058
Course Type Theoretical Can be enabled yes ☒ No ☐
Number of Credits 3

2. Description of the activity

Type of the activity: Individual ☒ Collaborative ☒ weeks 4


Evaluation: Initial ☐ Unit 3, Intermediate: ☒ Final ☐
Delivery Environment of the activity:
Evaluative score of the activity: 130
Monitoring and evaluation environment
Starting date of the activity: Deadline of the activity:
November 02, 2019 November 28, 2019
Competence to develop:
The student applies the concepts of physics and electromagnetism, to determine the
parameters of electromagnetic wave behavior when propagated in guided media, using
mathematical methods to solve application exercises.
Topics to develop:
- Lines of transmission.
- Electrical parameters in transmission lines.
- Propagation in bounded transmission lines.
- Smith's letter.
Steps, phases of the learning strategy to develop
This activity called “Step 4”, is individual and collaborative, for its development you must
follow the 6 acts presented below:
Act 1: Explore the academic resource "Propagation of waves in open media" described
at the beginning of the "Activities to develop" section of this document.
Act 2: Download the “Annex 4 - Delivery format - Step 4” found in the collaborative
learning environment in the "Activities guide and evaluation rubric - Step 4 - to
analyze the waves behavior in guided mediums and radiation" folder.
Act 3: Individually, based on the exploration carried out, answer the 4 questions proposed
in the next section "Activities to develop".
Act 4: Individually, based on the exploration performed, solve the 3 proposed application
exercises, you must show the procedures performed.
Act 5: Each student must complete the application in its individual delivery format, verifying
the requirements of the evaluation rubric.
Act 6: In the 2 days, before the closing of the activity, the group leader must gather the
delivery formats of each student and compress in a single file, which must be delivered in
the Monitoring and Evaluation Environment.

Activities to develop
For the development of this activity, explore in the Knowledge Environment, in Unit 3, the
bibliographical reference of Chen, W. (2005), on pages 525-551, Joines, W., Bernhard, J., &
Palmer, W. (2012), on pages 23-45 and supplement with the aids generated by the tutor
within the forum, to solve the following consultation and application exercises:

Questions: (write with your own words)


1. What do you understand by transmission line? Mention some types.
2. What is a bounded transmission line?
3. Define the following electrical parameters of transmission lines:
a. Input impedance 𝑍𝑖𝑛 .
b. Stationary wave ratio 𝑉𝑆𝑊𝑅.
c. Physical length 𝐿 and electrical length 𝓁.
4. What is the purpose of Smith's Letter in the study of the propagation of waves?

Application exercises:
For the development of the following exercises, note that 𝐺𝐺 corresponds to the group number
and 𝐶𝐶𝐶 to the first 3 digits of the identification number.

1. A coaxial line has the following characteristics:


Geometric parameters: 𝑎 = 0.35𝑚𝑚 𝑏 = 30𝑚𝑚 𝑡 = (𝐺𝐺 + 10)𝜇𝑚
Conductor properties: (conductivity) 𝜎𝑐 = 5.8𝑥107 𝑆𝑚/𝑚
Properties of the insulator: 𝜎𝑑 = 1𝑥10−16 𝑆𝑚/𝑚 𝜖𝑟 = 2.25 𝜇𝑟 = 1
Applied signal frequency: 𝑓 = 𝐶𝐶𝐶 𝐾𝐻𝑧
a. Calculate the electrical parameters R L C G.
b. Using the distributed model, calculate the propagation parameters 𝛼, 𝛽, 𝛾 𝑎𝑛𝑑 𝑍0 .
c. Calculate the propagation velocity 𝑉𝑝 , the wavelength 𝜆 and the attenuation 𝛼𝑑𝐵/𝐾𝑚 .
Figure 1: Geometrical parameters in coaxial line.

2. A 𝑍𝑜 = 50Ω lossless transmission line has a 𝑍𝐿 = 45 − 𝑗75Ω. If it is 𝐺𝐺 𝑚 long and the


wavelength is 𝐶𝐶𝐶 𝑚𝑚. Find and probe with the smith chart:
a. Input impedance 𝑍𝑖𝑛 .
b. Reflection coefficient Γ (magnitude and phase).
c. VSWR.

Figure 2: Graphic representation of the transmission line.

3. Bearing in mind that Smith's letter is used to determine parameters of the transmission
lines, use the "Smith 4.1" software found in the practical learning environment to check
the results obtained in point 2.
a. Input impedance 𝑍𝑖𝑛 .
b. Reflection coefficient Γ.
c. VSWR.
d. Find an electrical length 𝓁 where the input impedance 𝑍𝑖𝑛 is real.
Figure 3: Letter of Smith.

 Collaborative learning environment - Forum Step 4.


Environment for
 Knowledge environment - Unit 3.
the development
 Monitoring and evaluation environment – Step 4.

Individual:
Each student, using the Delivery Format - Step 4 found in the Practical
Learning Environment, gradually presents the activity in the Step 4
forum until completing the following structure:
1. Cover.
2. Introduction (indicate what is in the document).
3. Content. (Answer to questions and exercises).
4. 2 conclusions (indicate in them what you learned).
Products to
5. 1 reference (in APA format).
deliver by
The name of the final individual document must be Step 4 - First
student
Name Last Name.pdf.

Collaborative:
In the 3 days before the closing of the activity, students must present
their final individual work in pdf format in the Step 4 forum.
The leader must take the final works of each student and generate a
compressed file .rar or .zip with the name Step 4 and deliver it in the
Monitoring and evaluation environment in the Step 4 space.
Figure 4: Group consolidation example.

3. General guidelines for the collaborative work

Schedule of activities:
Table 1: Development Schedule of Step 4:
Acts Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4
Acts 1-2:
02-08/11 09-15/11
Exploration
Acts 3-4:
09-15/11 16-22/11 23-24/11
Practice
Act 6:
16-22/11 25-26/11
Planning of Testing
activities for Act 7:
27-28/11
the Consolidation
development of The dates correspond to the year 2019.
collaborative
work Table 2: Development environments and resources of the steps of the
strategy:
Acts Interaction Environment Resources
1 Individual knowledge Bibliographies
2 Individual practical learning Formats
3-4 Individual collaborative learning Forum Step 4
5 Individual collaborative learning Activity guide
6 Collaborative monitoring and evaluation Delivery space
Leader: He is in charge of assuming the coordination of the development
of the activity in the forum. Within the process, supervises the assignment
Roles to of tasks and generates recommendations and clarifications regarding the
perform by the activity. In the end, it shares a document that must be fed by the
student in the members to generate the final consolidated group, performs its final
collaborative revision and delivery.
group Builder: Is responsible for supporting the management of the leader,
contributing to the organization of group work. Select and develop the
activity chosen to finally contribute to the final consolidation process.
It is suggested to use a model of action within teamwork, which allows to
achieve the expected results through the joint action of all participants.
Roles and
The model of Leaders & Builders, allows one of the members to take the
responsibility
role of leader (coordinator) and the others of builders, each builder
for the delivery
develops in parts his chosen or assigned task and contributes it in the
of products by
forum; within the process, the builders review the contributions of their
students
peers; In the end, the leader shares the consolidated work with the
contributions of all the participants, achieving the final product.
The APA standards are the most used style of organization and
presentation of information. These are published under a manual that
allows you to have access to the ways in which a scientific article should
Use of be presented. Here you can find the most relevant aspects of the sixth
references edition of the APA Standards Manual, such as references, citations,
preparation and presentation of tables and figures, headings and
seriation, among others. You can check how to implement them by
going to http://normasapa.com/
In the agreement 029 of December 13, 2013, article 99, the mistakes that
infringe upon the academic order, among others, are the following:
paragraph e) “To plagiarize is to present as your own work the whole or
part of a writing, report, task or document of invention performed by
another person. It also implies the use of cites or lack of references, or
Plagiarism includes cites where there is no coincidence between them and the
policy reference” and paragraph f) ”To reproduce, or copy for profit, educational
resources or results of research products, which have intellectual rights
reserved for the University”.
The academic punishments that the student will face are:
a) In case of academic fraud proved in the academic work or evaluation,
the score achieved will be zero (0.0) without leading to disciplinary
measures.
b) In case of plagiarism proved in the academic work of any nature, the
score achieved will be zero (0.0), without leading to disciplinary
measures.

4. Evaluation rubric

Evaluation rubric
Activity type: Individual Activity ☒ Collaborative Activity ☒
Evaluation: Initial ☐ Unit 3, Intermediate ☒ Final ☐
Assessed Performance levels of the individual activity Sco
Aspects High score Media score Low score re
The student does
The student
The student not understand the
understands some of
understands the concepts of means
the concepts of
Concepts about concepts of of propagation of
propagation of waves
propagation of propagation of waves waves in media
in guided media by 20
waves in in guided media by guided by the non-
incomplete writing of
guided media writing answers to the writing of answers
answers to the
questions asked. to the questions
questions asked.
asked.
(up to 20 points) (up to 10 points) (up to 0 points)
The student does
The student correctly The student incorrectly
not calculate and
calculates the electrical calculates the electrical
does not apply the
Electrical parameters of a parameters of a
electrical
parameters in transmission line and transmission line or
parameters of a 30
transmission applies them in the applies them with error
transmission line in
lines solution of physical in the solution of
the solution of
problems. physical problems.
physical problems.
(up to 30 points) (up to 15 points) (up to 0 points)
The student incorrectly
The student correctly The student does
calculates and
calculates and not calculate or
simulates the
Parameters in simulates the simulate the
parameters of a
bounded parameters of a parameters of a
bounded transmission 50
transmission bounded transmission bounded
line or applies them
lines line and applies them transmission line for
with error in the
to solve physical the solution of
solution of physical
problems. physical problems.
problems.
(up to 50 points) (up to 25 points) (up to 0 points)
The student writes at The student writes 1 The student does
least 2 learning conclusion of learning not write learning
conclusions that or does not correctly conclusions that
Understanding
demonstrate the evidence the demonstrate the
and application
understanding and understanding and comprehension and
of the
application of the application of the application of the 20
characterizatio
methods of methods of methods of
n of waves in
characterization of the characterization of the characterization of
guided media
waves in guided waves in guided the waves in guided
media. media. media.
(up to 20 points) (up to 10 points) (up to 0 points)
Assessed Performance levels of the collaborative activity Sco
Aspect High score Media score Low score re
The student The student does
The student shows
demonstrates not evidence the
low ability to work in
adequate capacity to ability to work in
groups and achieve an
work in groups and groups and achieve
organized
achieve an organized an organized
Teamwork collaborative final 10
collaborative final collaborative final
product, fulfilling the
product, fulfilling the product, complying
requested delivery
requested delivery with the requested
conditions.
conditions. delivery conditions.
(Up to 10 points) (Up to 5 points) (Up to 0 points)
Final score 130