IA/0189/EN - MICROWAVE SYSTEMS AND SENSORS
Academic Year 2021/2022
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GIORGIO MONTISCI (Tit.)
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Knowledge and understanding of the electromagnetic behaviour and design criteria of passive microwave components at microwave frequencies.
Applying knowledge and understanding: to
be able to define and evaluate the operative features of microwave system, starting from its electromagnetic behaviour.
Making judgements: provide a critical and synergistic use of the methods and techniques for the analysis and design of microwave components and circuits.
Communicating skill: To be able to clearly express technical ideas and proposals.
Learning skills: To be able acquire information from different sources in order to achieve a deeper and conscious insight in the electromagnetic characterisation of microwave components and circuits.
knowledge of the main physical phenomena related to electromagnetic field propagation; Transmission Line Theory; differential calculus; ordinary differential equations; vectorial algebra; matrices; eigenvalues and eigenvectors; Fourier and Laplace transform.
Microwave filters (planar technology)
Lecture = 56 h
Exercises & Laboratory = 14 h
Verification of learning
The final evaluation of the student consists of an oral test. Several questions are proposed about microwave components, systems, and sensors.
The student must demonstrate the knowledge of the criteria for the analysis and design.
The score of the examination will be assigned based on the answers to the questions proposed in the final oral examination.
In order to pass the exam the student must demonstrate a sufficient knowledge of all the topics of the course, a basic knowledge of the topics covered in the tutorials and laboratory work.
To achieve a score of 30/30 cum laude, the student must demostrate an excellent knowledge of all the topics covered during the course.
David M. Pozar: Microwave Engineering
The notes of the lectures will be available after each lesson.