Antenna and Wave Propagation

Recommended Books

  1. Constantine A. Balanis, “Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design”, 3rd Edition, Wiley and Sons, 3rd Edition, 2005.
  2. BakshiU A, “Antennas and Wave Propagation”, 3rd Edition, TTP, 2009.
  3. Christopher Haslett, “Essentials of Radio Wave Propagation”, Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Course Objective:

Students will able to develop an in-depth understanding of basic antenna fundamentals. The design and working of various antennas will be covered in theory as well as in the lab. Modern antenna concepts will be taught to students, which will be related to the existing and upcoming new antenna technologies. The radio wave propagation section will cover the different propagation models and the effects of free space on electromagnetic waves.

Course Learning Outcome

CLO 1

To memorize the fundamental antenna engineering parameters and terminologies. C1

CLO 2

To develop the basic skills necessary for designing the wide variety of practical antennas and antenna arrays. C5

CLO 3

To explain the atmospheric and terrestrial effects on radio wave propagation. C2

CLO 4

To design practical antennas on High Frequency Structural Simulator. P5

 

CLO -PLO Mapping

Course Code CLOs/ PLOs PLO1 PLO2 PLO3 PLO4 PLO5 PLO6 PLO7 PLO8 PLO 9 PLO 10 PLO 11  PLO 12
EE 463 CLO1 X                     X
CLO2     X                  
CLO3 X                      
CLO4         X              

 

Program Learning Outcomes

PLO1:    Engineering Knowledge

PLO2:    Problem Analysis

PLO3:    Design/Development of Solutions

PLO4:    Investigation

PLO5:    Modern Tool Usage

PLO6:    The Engineer and Society

PLO7:    Environment and Sustainability

PLO8:    Ethics

PLO9:    Individual and Team Work

PLO10:  Communication

PLO11:  Project Management

PLO12:  Lifelong Learning