|MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING (ENGLISH, NONTHESIS)|
|Master||TR-NQF-HE: Level 7||QF-EHEA: Second Cycle||EQF-LLL: Level 7|
|Course Code||Course Name||Semester||Theoretical||Practical||Credit||ECTS|
|This catalog is for information purposes. Course status is determined by the relevant department at the beginning of semester.|
|Language of instruction:||English|
|Type of course:||Departmental Elective|
|Mode of Delivery:||Face to face|
|Course Coordinator :||Assoc. Prof. SAEID KARAMZADEH|
|Recommended Optional Program Components:||None|
|Course Objectives:||The main objective of the course is to make students familiar with the high-frequency concepts in Electrical and Electronics Engineering such as Maxwell's equations and wave phenomenon, characterization of high-frequency circuits, analysis and design of microstrip lines and other transmission media, microwave passive and active components, design of matching networks.|
The students who have succeeded in this course;
1.Learning the fundamentals and the laws of EM waves and the governing equations.
2.Understanding the wave nature of the voltages and currents in high frequency circuits.
3.Describing the interaction of waves with materials.
4.Learning transmission lines and using distributed element model.
5.Analyzing high-frequency circuits and systems.
6.Designing matching circuits.
|Review of electromagnetic wave theory (including Maxwell’s equations, em waves in material, constitutive relations, wave equation, boundary conditions, energy flow and the Poynting vector), transmission lines, cylindrical waveguides, transmission line equations via field and circuit analysis, analysis of general transmission line circuits, Z, Y, ABCD and scattering parameters, transient analysis of transmission lines, power gain, Smith chart, impedance matching.
|1)||Introduction and Motivation, Review of EM Wave Theory: Maxwell’s Equations, Em waves in Material, Constitutive Relations.|
|2)||Review of EM Wave Theory: Wave Equation, Boundary Conditions, Energy Flow and the Poynting Vector.|
|3)||Transmission lines: cylindrical waveguides, transmission line equations via field and circuit analysis.|
|4)||Transmission lines: analysis of general transmission line circuits, analysis of terminated transmission line circuits.|
|5)||Circuit parameters: Z, Y, ABCD parameters .|
|6)||Circuit parameters: scattering parameters.|
|7)||Circuit parameters of various simple networks, equivalent circuit model of a short transmission line.|
|9)||Transient analysis of transmission lines.|
|11)||Power Gain, introduction to Smith chart.|
|12)||Impedance matching: single stub matching|
|13)||Double stub matching, matching with lumped elements|
|14)||Introduction to antennas.|
|Course Notes / Textbooks:||1. D. M. Pozar, " Microwave Engineering", 2nd Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
2. Noyan Kinayman and M. I. Aksun, " Modern Microwave Circuits", Artech House
|References:||1. Thomas H. Lee, "Planar Microwave Engineering, A Practical Guide to Theory, Measurement and Circuits," Cambridge University Press, 2004.
2. Robert S. Elliott,"An Introduction to Guided Waves and Microwave Circuits",Prentice-Hall International, Inc. 1993.
3. Peter A. Rizzi, "Microwave Engineering", Prentice-Hall International, Inc. 1988.
4. R. E. Collin, "Foundations for Microwave Engineering", McGraw-Hill Book Company 1966.
5. R. Ludwig and P. Bretchko,"RF Circuit Design: Theory and Applications",Prentice Hall 2000.
|Semester Requirements||Number of Activities||Level of Contribution|
|Homework Assignments||1||% 40|
|PERCENTAGE OF SEMESTER WORK||% 60|
|PERCENTAGE OF FINAL WORK||% 40|
|Activities||Number of Activities||Workload|
|Study Hours Out of Class||15||135|
|No Effect||1 Lowest||2 Low||3 Average||4 High||5 Highest|
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