
AU Electromagnetic Field Theory and Transmission Lines Sem IV Unit 6 : Transmission Lines(Types of transmission lines, Applications of transmission lines, Equivalent circuit of pair of transmission lines, Primary constants, Transmission line equations, Secondary constants, lossless transmission lines, Distortionless line, Phase and group velocities, Loading of lines, Input impedance of transmission lines, RF lines, Relation between reflection coefficient, Load and characteristic impedance, Relation between reflection coefficient and voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR), Lines of different
lengths  »/8, »/4, »/2 lines, Losses in transmission lines, Smith chart and applications, Stubs, Double stubs) 


1. Fundamental Principles(Microwave Engineering) 
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In 1864, James Clark Maxwell, the famous British physicist, predicted the existence of electromagnetic (EM) waves. In 1887, Heinrich Hertz, the German scientist, was able to generate EM waves for the first time in the history of science and engineering. Since then, there has been tremendous progress in the theory and applications of EM waves. Consider a very elementary experiment in which we place
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Title: Microwave Engineering





3. INTEGRATION OF REMOTE SENSING AND GIS(Civil Enginnering) 
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Remote sensing is the science and art of obtaining information about an object, area or phenomenon through the analysis by a device that is not in contact with the object ,area or phenomenon under investigation.
Title: Geographic Information System
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4. ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY(Geology) 
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It is a branch of geology deals with the study of environmental problems along
with suitable treatments arising in the field of mining and civil engineering works
related to engineering geology have to be studied through the application of
geomorphology, hydrogeology, mineralogy, petrology, Stratigraphy, structural
geology, etc. We have to preserve the environment for future generation
(There
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Title: Applied Engineering Geology ( Referrence Book for Global Engineering Students )




5. Electromagnetic Waves(Physics) 
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Maxwell's equations (derivation and significance), Electromagnetic waves  Derivation of wave equation, Velocity of em waves, Relation between refractive index and permittivity, Plane em waves, Energy and momentum, Significance of Poynting vector
Title: Concise Physics BSc III semester Volume 3 (301)




6. Module 8 Environmental Geology(Geology) 
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It is a branch of geology deals with the study of environmental problems along with suitable treatments arising in the field of mining and civil engineering works related to engineering geology have to be studied through the application of geomorphology, hydrogeology, mineralogy, petrology, Stratigraphy, structural geology, etc. We have to preserve the environment for future generation (Therefore
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Title: Geology for Engineers ( Reference Book World Wide )





8. Maximini & Minimax Criterion in Game Theory(Mathematics) 
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In this unit we shall study to mathematical formulation of game theory. Further we study minimax and maxmini principles for mixed strategies, linear programming approach. In the last section we solved the game problems by using the optimal strategies for 2 x n or m x 2 games by using simple graphical method further we solve some problem.
Title: Math 2.5 Operations Research





10. Wireless Transmission:The electromagnetic spectrum, Radio transmission, Microwave transmission, Infrared(Computer Science) 
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Wireless transmission can provide special 'services and conveniences' to people, such as connection to the Internet or other networks without connecting to a wire directly. It can also facilitate the creation of networks in special situations, such as terrain that is unfriendly to ground cables. Wireless communication began, in fact, in the Hawaiian Islands precisely to solve the problem of terrai
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Title: MSCS 510 Computer Networks




11. Source of Magnetic Field(Physics) 
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Magnetic field due to moving charge; Biot and Savart's law, Magnetic field due to a straight current carrying conductor ;Force between parallel conductors, Definition of ampere, Magnetic field of a circular loop, Theory of Helmholtz Tangent Galvanometer ; Field on the axis of a solenoid; Ampere's law; Application of Ampere's law to straight wire, solenoid and toroid
Title: Concise Physics BSc III semester Volume 3 (301)




12. Measure, Outer measure and Measurability, the Product Measures(Mathematics) 
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In this unit, students are introduced to the concept of Product measures.
Title: Math 3.2 Measure Theory





14. Game Theory(Mathematics) 
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Game theory (mathematics), mathematical analysis of any situation involving a conflict of interest, with the intent of indicating the optimal choices that, under given conditions, will lead to a desired outcome. Although game theory has roots in the study of such wellknown
amusements as noughts much more serious conflicts of interest arising in such fields as sociology, economics, and political
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Title: Math 2.5 Operations Research




15. Fundamentals of Telecommunication(Library and Information Science) 
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It has been rightly said that today's world is a wired world. Developments in computer and telecommunications science and technologies and the convergence of these technologies have indeed shrunk the world as' it were. Communication with any part of the world, why even the universe, and at speeds that cannot even be imagined has become quite commonplace.
Title: BLI56 Fundamentals of Information Technology




16. Microwave Transmission Lines(Microwave Engineering) 
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Compare the solution of (8.4) with that of (8.6). It is found that the general solution of the former equation contains an exponentially increasing function and an exponentially decreasing function. Depending on the boundary conditions available, we can determine which of the two components will be the real solution. In a similar fashion, it is found that the general solution of (8.6) contains two
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Title: Microwave Engineering




17. Finite Fields and the Primitive Element Theorem(Mathematics) 
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Finite fields is one of the most beautiful and important area of abstract algebra, It was introduced by Galois in 1830 in his proof of the insolvability of the general quintic equation. To this day, matrix groups over finite fields are among the most important class of groups.
Title: Math 1.1 Algebra




18. Atomic Structure(Chemistry) 
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• Atomic number • Atomic mass • Atomic orbital • Aufbau princviple • Bohr's Theory • De Broglie's theory •Degenerate orbitals dorbitals • Dual nature of electrons • Electromagnetic radiations • Electron • electron configuration • Electronic transition • Excited state • forbitals • Frequency • Heisen berg uncertain
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Title: Chemistry I





20. Vector Atom Model(Physics) 
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Review of Bohr's theory of hydrogen atom, Sommerfeld's modification of the Bohr atomic model (qualitative).Spatial quantization and spinning electron. Different quantum numbers associated with the vector atom model, Spectral terms and their notations, Selection rules, Coupling schemes(l s and jj coupling in multi electron systems), Pauli's Exclusion Principle, Expression for maximum number of el
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Title: Concise Physics BSc VI Semester Volume 7 (601)




21. Communication Systems  Part II(Basic Electronics
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This chapter begins with basic terminologies used in communication system and the operation of telephone system. Other communication systems such as mobile communication system, ISDN and optical fibre communication systems have also been discussed.
Title: Basic Electronics




22. COMPONENTS(Electronics and Communication) 
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A directional coupler is used to combine and split signals in an optical network. A 2 x 2 coupler consists of two input ports and two output ports. Couplers can also be fabricated using wave guides in integrated optics
Title: Optical Networks
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23. Authority(Management Theory and Practice) 
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In this unit, we will acquaint you with the concept of Authority. The main focus of this unit is to acquaint you with the system or say, the creation of an organization through the delegation of authority. In order to provide you some general ideas, we shall first explain the concepts of power, authority, decentralization and delegation.With a view to facilitate your understanding about the nature
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Title: MB101 Management Theory and Practice




24. Finite Automata and Conversion from NFA to DFA(Computer Science) 
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The extension to NFA  a "feature" called epsilon transitions, denoted by E, the empty string. The E transition lets us spontaneously take a transition, without receiving an input symbol. This is another mechanism that allows NFA to be in multiple states at once.
Title: MSCS516C Theory of Computation




25. Measure Spaces, Finite Measure, SigmaFinite measure,Complete Measure,Measurable Functions(Mathematics) 
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In this unit, students are introduced to the concept of the Measure space, Finite measure, Sigma Finite measure, Complete measure and Measurable Functions.
Title: Math 3.2 Measure Theory






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