Code | RTR307 |

Name | Electrodynamics and Vector Analysis |

Status | Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice |

Level and type | Undergraduate Studies, Academic |

Field of study | Electronics and Telecommunications |

Faculty | Department of Fundamentals of Electronics |

Academic staff | Jānis Semeņako, Dmitrijs Puriševs, Tatjana Solovjova, Romāns Kušņins |

Credit points | 4.0 (6.0 ECTS) |

Parts | 1 |

Annotation |
Charges and currents. Electromagnetic field vectors. The application of vector analysis in field theory. The fundamental laws of electromagnetic field theory. Maxwell's equations in differential and integral form and their physical interpretation. Static and stationary fields. . The propagation of electromagnetic waves in homogeneous medium. Boundary conditions and boundary problems. The radiation and excitation of electromagnetic waves. Electromagnetic waves in the simplest transmission lines. Waveguides and optical fibers. Propagation of radio waves in the real area. Ground waves. Waves in atmosphere (troposphere, ionosphere) and aerospace. . . |

Goals and objectives of the course in terms of competences and skills |
To acquire knowledge about basic principles and fundamental rules of the electromagnetic field and waves propagation in homogeneous media, transmission lines, waveguides and nature, as well as about fields created by elemental dipole radiators. To develop skills in using the vector analysis to solve problems of electrodynamics. |

Learning outcomes and assessment |
To be able to use vector analysis to solve problems of electrodynamics. - Home assigments,examination To know basic principles and fundamental rules. - Defending of lab works,examination To be able to calculate the propagation of waves in various homogeneous media and to calculate reflected and transmitted fields in the case when the wave encounters the plane interface of two various media. - Home assigment,examination To be able to calculate the propagation of waves in transmission lines, the radiation of electric and magnetic dipoles and explain obtained results. - Home assigment,examination To be able to explain the propagation of electromagnetic waves in nature. - Examination To be able to deal with the computer programmes and equipment, which are used in the laboratory works. - Defending of lab works |

Course prerequisites | Topics (Mathematics): Vector algebra, Complex Numbers, Integral calculus, Differential equations, Field Theory. Topics (Physics): Electrostatics, Steady electric current, Electromagnetism. Oscillations and waves. Optics RRE 102 Electricity and Magnetism Basics of MatLab. Basic knowledge in Circuit Theory (RTR215) and Basics of Signal Theory (RTR220) |

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