High Frequency and Microwave Technique
Code  Completion  Credits  Range 

QBRFM  Z,ZK  6  2+2L 
 The course is a substitute for:
 High Frequency and Microwave Technique (A2B17VMT)
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 Department of Electromagnetic Field
 Synopsis:

Goal of the lectures is to explain to students basic principals of rf. and microwave circuits, both passive and active (e.g. attenuators, couplers, isolators and circulators, modulators, oscillators, mixers and amplifiers). In conclusion to subjects on theory of EM fields a topics of transmission lines and waveguides (e.g. microstrip line, coplanar line, circular, &#61552;, H and dielectric waveguide) and resonators (a section of transmission line, cavity, open, dielectric) are described Further a circuit analysis based on scattering parameters is being explained. Basic applications of rf. and microwave circuits are being discussed.
 Requirements:
 Syllabus of lectures:

1.Overview of applications of microwave technique
2.Scattering parameters  definitions, evaluations, analysis of microwave circuits
3.Transformation of impedances
4.Oriented graphs  analysis and synthesis of microwave circuits
5.Microwave circuits based on waveguides and coaxial lines
6.Microstrip, slotted and coplanar transmission lines  parameters
7.Resonant circuits (cavity, open, dielectric and ferrite), microwave filters
8.Dielectric waveguides, optical fibres, slow wave structures
9.Passive microwave circuits  attenuators, couplers, etc.
10.Nonreciprocal microwave circuits (ferrite isolators, circulators and modulators).
11.Microwave semiconductor devices and microwave tubes
12.Active microwave circuits  detectors, oscillators, multipliers
13.Active microwave circuits  mixers, amplifiers
14.Rf and microwave transmission systems (transmitters, receivers, parasitic effects)
 Syllabus of tutorials:

1.Overview of basic EM field equations for microwave technique
2.Evaluation of scattering parameters  analysis of microwave circuits
3.Transformation of impedances  solved problems
4.Examples of oriented graphs and its use for analysis and synthesis of microwave circuits
5.Calculation of basic parameters of waveguides and coaxial lines circuits
6.Calculation of basic parameters of microstrip, slotted and coplanar circuits
7.Design of resonant circuits (cavity, open, dielectric and ferrite), microwave filters
8.Basic parameters of dielectric waveguides, optical fibers, slow wave structures
9.Laboratory experiment n.1. Waveguide and coaxial measurement setup
10.Laboratory experiment n.2. EM field along transmission lines
11.Laboratory experiment n.3. Scattering parameters of microwave passive circuits
12.Laboratory experiment n.4. Microwave tubes
13.Laboratory experiment n.5. Dielectric parameters of materials
14.Laboratory experiment n.6. Transmission of radio signal
 Study Objective:
 Study materials:

1.Chen, L.F. et al.: "Microwave electronics?, Wiley, 2004
2.Pozar, M.D.: "Microwave Engineering?. AddisonWesley PC, Massachusets 1993
3.Rizzi, P.A.: "Microwave Engineering  Passive Circuits?. Prentice Hall, New Jersey 1988
4.Scott, A.W.: "Understanding Microwaves?. John Willey & Sons, Inc., New York, 1993
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