The Key to Microwave Engineering: Transmission Lines
What you'll learn
- Concepts that can be applied to real-world engineering problems.
- The fundamental principles of microwave transmission lines, including their characteristics, behavior, and applications.
- Understand what the transmission line effect is, how it is caused, and how it affects the circuit.
- The critical role that transmission lines play in the design and performance of microwave circuits and systems.
- Basic knowledge of circuitry.
- Basic understanding of phasors is helpful, but not a neccessity.
A must-have knowledge for every E.E. engineer in the era of wireless communication, high-frequency and high-speed electronics.
Do you feel challenged by transmission line and its significance in modern electronic systems?
Are you intrigued by high-frequency electronics and the mysteries of microwave engineering?
Are you seeking a clear, concise introduction to microwave engineering that will empower you to excel in your design?
Look no further than "The Key to Microwave Engineering: Transmission Lines" - The third course in The Tao of Phasor Series.
The goal of this course is to make transmission line theory more accessible in the simplest way possible.
This course is not just about analyzing transmission lines with phasors:
With high-quality content and insightful lessons, you'll have a solid foundation in transmission line theory.
Our focus is not just on the HOW, but also on the WHY and the evolution of analytical methods in this field.
We will point out the key to turn the electromagnetic perspective into the circuit perspective.
We will visually demonstrate the propagation of voltage and current waves through time and position on a line.
We will provide a concrete illustration of the physical significance of the characteristic impedance.
Without difficult math!
By the end of this course:
You'll have a solid foundation in resonance, common filters, and transmission line theory that underpin microwave engineering and will impact your entire electrical engineering career.
You'll learn about the properties and behavior of transmission lines, such as wavelength, wave speed, propagation constant, cut-off frequency, standing wave, and characteristic impedance, etc. You'll also learn how they affect the performance of your circuits.
You'll also gain a practical understanding of microstrip lines and microwave filters to avoid mistakes in implementing micropstrip lines on PCBs.
You'll be able to design high-frequency circuits with confidence and accuracy.
Join us on this journey and get your foot into the door of microwave engineering!
LC Buckets and Resonance
28 Common Filters (1) - All passive elements
28 Common Filters (2) - Amplifiers come into play
Types of Transmission Line
Small Segment of Transmission Line
Solve Transmission Line Equations By Phasor
Lossless Line and Solution of Waves on Infinite Lossless Line
Direction of Wave Propagation
Wavelength and Wave Velocity
Wavelength and Velocity in Medium
Wave Propagation on an Infinite Lossless Line
Observing Wave Propagation on the Line
Definition of Characteristic Impedance
Another Point of View of Characteristic Impedance
Physical Meaning of Characteristic Impedance
Finite Line and Standing Wave
Transmission Line Effect
Short- and Open-terminated Lines
Who this course is for:
- Students studying E.E. who are interested in specializing in the field of microwave engineering and want to build a strong foundation. This course is for you!
- Engineers who want to expand their knowledge and gain a comprehensive understanding of transmission lines, which are the stepping stone to microwave engineering. This course is for you!
- Educators who are teaching courses in microwave engineering or transmission lines and want to supplement their curriculum with high-quality content. This course is for you!
- Examination candidates seeking a way to gain the knowledge necessary to succeed. This is for you!
- Anyone who wants to learn about transmission lines and their importance in microwave engineering. This course is for you!
． As an electrical engineering expert and educator with over 15 years of experience, I have worked on a variety of projects that have honed my expertise in the field.
． I was an RF system engineer at MediaTek Inc. and an assistant professor at the Department of Electronics, National Taipei University of Technology, a professional lecturer with Agilent (now Keysight), Civil Aeronautics Administration (Taiwan), Tze-Chiang Foundation of Science & Technology, and Metro Taipei. I'm currently running a company to solve communication problems in construction. Now I'm excited to bring my expertise to Udemy learners.
． I am passionate about teaching the fundamental principles of electrical engineering in an accessible, engaging, and easy-to-understand way.
． With my extensive knowledge of phasor and circuit analysis, I have developed the "The Tao of Phasor (TOP)" series to help students master the core concepts of electrical engineering quickly and efficiently.
． As a co-author or translator of several technical books, I have demonstrated my ability to communicate complex information in a way that is both engaging and understandable.
． My experience as both an engineer and a teacher has allowed me to develop a teaching style that is both approachable and effective. I look forward to sharing my knowledge with you and helping you succeed in your electrical engineering journey.