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Intro Engr
Eng 100 Eng 101 T.C. 215 T.C. 496
EECS 210 EECS 211 EECS 212 EECS 230 EECS 270 EECS 280 EECS 311 EECS 320 EECS 330 EECS 401 EECS 451 EECS 452 EECS 461
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EECS 330: Electromagnetics II

Completed: A+

Time-varying electromagnetic fields and Maxwell's equations. Plane-wave propagation, reflection, and transmission. Geometric optics. Radiation and antennas. System applications of electromagnetic waves. Laboratory segment consists of experiments involving microwave and optical measurements and the design of practical systems.

Fall 2002, Professor Tony England, Lab GSI Amy Ngwele

This class was not very difficult from a material standpoint. Professor England is a very thorough teacher and spent a great deal of class time going over proofs and concepts, while the homework and labs focused on more direct application. The midterms were difficult, but I think more from a lack of preparation. The final exam was comprehensive but very fair and balanced. The homework was similar to EECS 230 and was very easy. The lab, also like 230, didn't seem to really have any good application or connection to class until the final lab.

In the final lab, each lab group chose a topic from a list of three things and was required to design and write their own lab, carry out the experiment and then create a formal oral and written presentation of the work. My lab group chose to focus on information transmission using frequency modulation (FM). My partners, Aneesh Khullar and Yin-Chein Hou, and I did quite well. We were able to transmit voice, music and text data over a 1.95GHz wireless FM link. Our lab report is available below.

Report on Information Transmission using FM. (PDF - 351KB)


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