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SRM UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ECE COURSE PLAN

Course Code Course Title Year& Semester Course Time Location A Hour Timing 1:30 2:20 P.M 8:30 9:20 A.M & 2:20 3:10 P.M Hour : EC0305 : Antennas and wave propagation : III & V semester : Odd semester (June November 2009) : Tech Park (Room No.701, 702,703,704) S.R.M University B Timing Hour 4 C Timing 11:10- 12:00 A.M 9:20 10:10 A.M & 11:10- 12:00 A.M 2 5 1 and 3 8:30 9:20 A.M & 10:20 11:10 A.M 6 2:20 3:10 P.M 9:20 10:10 A.M 1:30 2:20 P.M Hour 2 and 4 D Timing 9:20 10:10 A.M & 11:10- 12:00 A.M

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Faculty Details: Name of the staff Mr.M.S.Balamurugan Ms.P.Radhika Mrs.S.T.Aarthy Mr.S.Manikandaswamy Required Text Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. K. D. Prasad, Antenna and wave propagation, Tech India Publications New Delhi, 1996. John. D. Kraus, Antennas, McGraw Hill International Editions, 1998. R. E. Collin, Antennas and Radio wave propagation, McGraw Hill International Editions, 1985. Robert S. Elliot, Antenna Hand Book, Joseph. J. Carr, Galgotia publication, New Delhi, 1995. Constantine A. Balanis, Antenna Theory analysis and Design, II Edition, John Wiley and Sons : EC0208, Transmission Lines and Networks Sec A B C D Office Tech park:706A Tech park:803A Tech park:803A Tech park:706A Office Hours Monday(12.30-1.30 pm) Wed(4-4.30, 1-1.30) Wed(12.30-1.30 pm) Fri(12.30-1.30 pm) Mail ID balarayar@gmail.com radhikaselvam@yahoo.com aarthy_abi1@rediffmail.com smanikandaswamy@yahoo.co.in

Prerequisite Objectives: 1. 2.

To study various antennas, arrays and radiation patterns of antennas. To learn the basic working of antennas

3. To understand various techniques involved in various antenna parameter measurements. 4. To understand the radio wave propagation in the atmosphere Tentative test dates: Cycle test I Surprise Test 1 Cycle test II Surprise Test 2 Model Exam Test Portions Cycle test I Cycle test II Model Exam Assessment details: Surprise test 1 & 2 Cycle test I & II Model Exam Outcomes Students who have successfully completed this course Course outcome ? ? ? ? Various antennas, arrays and radiation patterns of antennas. Basic working of antennas. Various techniques involved in various antenna parameter measurements. The radio wave propagation in the atmosphere ? ? Program outcome Graduate will demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems Graduate will develop confidence for self education and ability for life-long learning : 7.5 marks each : 10 marks each : 15 marks : Unit I : Unit II and Unit III : All five units : xx.y.09 :: xx.y.09 :: xx.y.09

Detailed Session Plan Unit 1 ANTENNA FUNDAMENTALS AND VECTOR POTENTIALS Isotropic Radiation, Power density and Intensity, Gain, Directive gain, Directivity, Effective area, Reciprocity theorem, Antenna efficiency, Radiation resistance, Terminal impedance, Beam width and Bandwidth. Radiation from a small current element, Power radiated by a small current element and its radiation resistance, Half wave dipole, Radiation field of current distribution of center fed Dipole Session Time in Teaching Topics to be covered Ref Testing Method No. min Method 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Isotropic Radiation, Power density and Intensity, Gain, Directive gain, Directivity, Effective area Reciprocity theorem, Antenna efficiency, Radiation resistance, Terminal impedance, Beam width and Bandwidth. Radiation from a small current element Radiation from a small current element Power radiated by a small current element and its radiation resistance, 50 50 50 50 50 1 1 1 1 1 BB BB BB BB BB Self -test questions Self -test questions Comparative study Self -test questions Self -test questions

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Power radiated by a small current element and its radiation resistance, Half wave dipole Half wave dipole Radiation field of current distribution of center fed Dipole problems

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Unit 2: Antenna Arrays Various forms of antenna arrays- broadside, End fire, Collinear, Parasitic arrays, Arrays of two point sources, Pattern multiplication, Array of N sources analysis os End fire and Broadside case, Phased arrays, Binomial arrays Introduction to array, linear array and uniform linear 11. 50 1 BB Self -test questions array, Various forms of arrays 12. Broad side array, End fire array, collinear array and parasitic array explanation Array of two point sources a) Equal amplitude and phase b) Equal amplitude and Opposite Phase Unequal amplitude and any phase and Pattern multiplication Array of N sources- Analysis of Endfire array Array of N sources- Analysis of Broadside array Phased arrays and Binomial Arrays SPECIAL PURPOSE ANTENNAS 50 1 BB Self -test questions

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Traveling wave, Loop, Dipole and Folded dipole antennas, Horn antenna, Reflector antenna, Yagi- Uda antenna, Log periodic antenna, Helical and Micro strip antenna and applications of all types of antennas. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. Traveling wave, Loop antenna Dipole and Folded dipole antennas Horn antenna Reflector antenna Yagi- Uda antenna Log periodic antenna Helical and Micro strip antenna Helical and Micro strip antenna applications of all types of antennas 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB Self -test questions Self -test questions Self -test questions Self -test questions Self -test questions Self -test questions Self -test questions Self -test questions Self -test questions

Unit 4 Antenna Measurements Impedance, Gain, Radiation pattern, Beam width, Radiation Resistance, Antenna Efficiency, Directivity, Polarization and Phase Measurements 27. Impedance measurement 50 1 BB Self -test questions

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Gain measurement Radiation pattern measurement Radiation resistance measurement Antenna efficiency and Directivity Polarization and Phase measurement Beamwidth measurement

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Unit 5 RADIO WAVE PROPAGATION Modes of propagation, Structure of atmosphere, Ionosphere layers, Mechanism of bending of waves, Effect of earths Magnetic field on Radio wave propagation. Virtual height, MUF, Skip distance, OWF, Ionosphere abnormalities, Multi-hop propagations, Space wave propagation, Super refraction. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. Modes of propagation, Structure of atmosphere Ionosphere layers Mechanism of bending of waves Effect of earths Magnetic field on Radio wave propagation. Virtual height, MUF, Skip distance, OWF Ionosphere abnormalities ,Multi-hop propagations Space wave propagation, Super refraction. 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB Self - test question Self - test question Self - test question Self - test question Self - test question Self - test question Self - test question Self - test question