Fundamentals of Microwave Technique

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17TVV Z,ZK 4 2+2s
Department of Electromagnetic Field

The major aim is to explain the principals of microwave transmission lines and resonators, both from the theoretical and application point of view. In details, waveguides (rect., circular, p and H, dielectric) and TEM transmission lines (coax., microstrip and coplanar) are described. Basic types of microwave resonators (line section, cavity, dielectric) are discussed. Analyses and synthesis of microwave circuits based on Smith chart is given.

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Microwave technique in industry, medicine, research and communications

2. Microwave transmission lines, general properties

3. Rectangular waveguide - pass band analyses a applications

4. Analyses a applications of circular waveguide

5. Waveguide of more complicated cross sections (p a H)

6. Cut-off waveguide - analyses a applications

7. Analyses a applications of coaxial line

8. Analyses and applications of microstrip and coplanar line

9. Dielectrical waveguides and optical fibres

10. Microwave resonators

11. Cavity and Fabry Perot resonator

12. Smith impedance chart

13. Smith impedance chart applications

14. Impedance matching of microwave circuits

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Theory of electromagnetic field

2. Bessel functions

3. Microwave lines, general properties

4. Rectangular waveguide

5. Circular waveguide

6. - and H- waveguide, waveguide under cut-off frequency

7. Laboratory demonstration

8. Coaxial line

9. Microstrip line

10. Resonators created from line section

11. Cavity and open resonator

12. Laboratory demonstration

13. Smith chart - impedance transforming and measurement

14. Smith chart - impedance matching

Study Objective:
Study materials:

[1] Pozar, M.D.: Microwave Engineering. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, USA, 1993

[2] Rizzi, P.A.: Microwave Engineering - Passive Circuits. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 1988

[3] Scott, A.W.: Understanding Microwaves. John Willey & Sons, Inc., New York 1993

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