Mar 20, 2023  
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EE 4123 Electromagnetics

Three hours (On Campus)
This course provides a systematic study of electromagnetics as encapsulated by Maxwell’s equations. Students will apply Maxwell’s equations to solve a variety of problems involving static and dynamic electric and magnetic fields. Practical applications covered include the design and analysis of transmission lines, matching networks, waveguides, and fiber optic communications networks. Three hours lecture-discussion per week. Same as PHY 4123 

Prerequisites: MTH 2123  and PHY 2124  
Offered on campus Fall semester