Class Restriction And Registration Summary 
EE 67047  Section 01: Microwave, THz Circ,Comp & Sys (CRN 30081)
Long Title: Microwave and THz Circuits, Components and Systems  

Course Description: In this class we explore the theory, design and analysis of microwave/THz passive and active circuits, components and systems. The theory and techniques covered in this class can be applied to high speed circuits with operation frequencies up to terahertz (THz) region. Topics include transmission line theory, advanced EM theorems and principles (e.g. image theory, the equivalence principle), typical waveguides (e.g. microstrip, CPW, rectangular metal waveguide), microwave network analysis, passive circuits and components (couplers, resonators, filters), antennas, active circuits and systems (detectors, mixers, receivers, amplifiers and oscillators), and finally an overview of millimeterwave and THz techniques (multipliers, transceivers and quasioptical techniques). Associated Term: Spring Semester 2012 Campus: Main Credits: 3 Grade Mode: Standard Letter Course may not be repeated Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Employee NonDegree (EM) , Graduate Architecture (GA) , Graduate NonDegree (GD) , Graduate (GR) Must be enrolled in one of the following Campuses: Main (M)
