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ECE 305:  Electromagnetic Fields and Waves I

Test solutions are posted!!!...Leo

Instructor:
Leo C. Kempel
Email: kempel@egr.msu.edu
Web:   http://www.egr.msu.edu/~kempel/
Phone:  353-9944

Instructor's Office Hours:
MWF, 12:20-1:20, 2234EB (EM Lab) and by appointment.

Text:
1) D. Cheng, "Field and Wave Electromagnetics", 2nd Ed., Addison Wesley, 1992.
2) ECE 305 Course Notes available in the Anthony Hall Copy Center.

References:
See course syllabus.

Time & Place:

MWF, 11:30-12:20, 2250 Engineering Building

Course Syllabus:
ECE 305 Syllabus

Two one-hour exams (20% each) + final exam (40%) + 20% for problem sets.

First Exam:  TBD (see syllabus for estimate)

Homework:
Homework #1 DUE 01/23/02 Homework #1 Solutions
Homework #2 DUE 01/30/02 Homework #2 Solutions
Optional Homework #2 Homework #2 (Optional) Solutions
Homework #3 DUE 02/06/02 Homework #3 Solutions
Homework #4 DUE 02/27/02 Homework #4 Solutions
Homework #5 DUE 03/18/02 Homework #5 Solutions
Homework #6 DUE 04/17/02 Homework #6 Solutions
Homework #7 DUE 04/24/02 Homework #7 Solutions

Test #1 Solutions
Test #2 Solutions

ri2mp.f Fortran program to convert from S-paramter real/imaginary to magnitude/phase format.
Compile instructions for SUN:  f77 -o ri2mp ri2mp.f
low11.txt Example original S-parameter data in real/imaginary format.
low11.mp Converted S-parameter data in real/imaginary format.
nplot.f Fortran program to plot line plots and create nice PostScript output file (Written by Drs. Norm Vandenberg and Leland Pierce while at Univ. of Michigan).
Compile instructions for SUN:  f77 -o nplot nplot.f
nplot_tutorial.txt Tutorial for nplot.
nplot SUN-compiled program to plot line plots.
mag.fmt Example format file to plot magnitude using NPLOT.
phase.fmt Example format file to plot phase using NPLOT.
mag.ps Example PostScript magnitude plot using NPLOT.
Printing instructions:  See DECS or try lpr -P{printer name} mag.ps, example {printer name} = eb2200ps1 for printer in EB2200.
Alternative:  If you are on a SUN and GhostView is used to view the file, you can print from GhostView).
phase.fmt Example PostScript phase plot using NPLOT.
Printing instructions:  See DECS or try lpr -P{printer name} phase.ps

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