- Completion of the course (12/18/2015)

The course has concluded for the Fall 2015 semester. Thank you everyone for the hard work. Have a nice winter break!

- Final solution (12/18/2015)

Solution to the final exam has been posted.

- Homework solution (12/11/2015)

Solution to Homework #6 has been posted. Questions 1-5 are graded.

- Sample final exam (12/8/2015)

Sample final exam (questions and answers) has been posted.

- Lecture note (12/7/2015)

Lecture note for Topic 10 (Reflector antennas) has been posted.

- Homework solution (12/7/2015)

Solution to Homework #5 has been posted.

- Homework (12/2/2015)

Homework #6 has been posted.

- ECS Virtual Lab (11/25/2015)

PCAAD 6.0 is available through ECS Virtual Laboratory (VLAB). For remote desktop connection to VLAB, refer to the instructions on https://engineering.umass.edu/about-us/engineering-computer-services/virtual-lab.

- Lecture note (11/25/2015)

Lecture note for Topic 9 (Horn antennas) has been posted.

- Homework (11/25/2015)

Homework #5 has been posted.

- Lecture note (11/19/2015)

Lecture note for Topic 8 (Aperture antennas) has been posted.

- Homework solution (11/19/2015)

Solution to Homework #4 has been posted.

- Matlab plot routine (11/12/2015)

A matlab script (pp.m), which has been used to generate polar plots in the class notes, has been posted on the 'Handouts' page. Consider using them for generating polar plots for homeworks. The script was downloaded off of the mathworks website.

- Midterm solution (11/12/2015)

Solution to the midterm exam has been posted.

- Homework (11/9/2015)

Homework #4 has been posted.

- Lecture note (11/8/2015)

Lecture note for Topic 7 (Antenna synthesis) has been posted.

- Correction to sample exam problem statement (11/2/2015)

In Problem 2(c) of the sample midterm exam, it turns out that PLF=2/3, not 1, as was given as an assumption in the problem statement. With this correction, P_{r}should be reduced by 2/3 from the value found on Wednesday last week, leading to P_{r}=8.191×10^{-13}W=-90.87 dBm. Thanks, Xueling, for pointing it out.

- Homework solution (10/27/2015)

Solution to Homework #3 has been posted.

- Sample midterm (10/26/2015)

Last year's midterm exam has been posted as a sample midterm on the 'Homeworks and Solutions' page. Solutions to selected problems will be discussed in Wednesday's class meeting.

- Lecture note (10/20/2015)

Lecture note for Topic 6 (Array antennas) has been posted.

- Midterm exam schedule (10/19/2015)

Midterm exam will be held on Monday, November 2, 7:00-9:00pm. The room is E-Lab 305. It is an open-book, open-note exam. Allowed materials are the textbook, class and personal notes, homeworks and solutions, and a calculator.

- Homework (10/19/2015)

Homework #3 has been posted.

- Homework solution (10/16/2015)

Solution to Homework #2 has been posted.

- Lecture note (10/7/2015)

Lecture note for Topic 5 (Method of moments) has been posted.

- Homework (10/5/2015)

Homework #2 has been posted.

- Lecture note (10/2/2015)

Lecture note for Topic 4 (Wire loop antennas) has been posted.

- Homework solution (9/30/2015)

Solution of Homework #1 has been posted.

- Lecture note (9/23/2015)

Lecture note for Topic 3 (Wire dipole antennas) has been posted.

- Handout (9/23/2015)

A handout on the exact E and H field expressions due to an elecric source has been posted.

- Homework (9/21/2015)

Homework #1 has been posted.

- Handout (9/17/2015)

A handout on vectors and trigonometric relations has been posted.

- Lecture note (9/17/2015)

Lecture note for Topic 2 (Radiation integrals and potentials) has been posted.

- Lecture note (9/14/2015)

Lecture note for Topic 1 (Antenna fundamentals) has been posted.

- References (9/9/2015)

Additional IEEE standard documents for antenna terms published in 1983 and 1993 have been posted.

- Handout (9/9/2015)

The IEEE standard publication in 1969 for antenna terms has been posted.

- Course syllabus (9/9/2015)

The course syllabus has been posted.

- Website under construction (8/31/2015)

The course website is getting readied for the Fall 2015 semester.