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Electromagnetic Waves & Transmission Lines Notes (EMTL)

Electromagnetic Waves & Transmission Lines Notes (EMTL)

Electromagnetic Waves & Transmission Lines Notes – EMTL Notes – EMTL Pdf notes

According to new syllabus (r13)

Link – EMTL Unit 1

Link – EMTL Unit 2

Link – EMTL Unit 3

Link – EMTL Unit 4

Link – EMTL Unit 5


According to Old syllabus Lecturer Notes

Link – EMTL Unit 5

Link – EMTL Unit 6

Link – EMTL Unit 7


  • UNIT-I  :  Static Electric fields
    In this chapter we will discuss on the followings:
    • Coulomb’s Law
    • Electric Field & Electric Flux Density
    • Gauss’s Law with Application
    • Electrostatic Potential, Equipotential Surfaces
    • Boundary Conditions for Static Electric Fields
    • Capacitance and Capacitors
    • Electrostatic Energy
    • Laplace’s and Poisson’s Equations
    • Uniqueness of Electrostatic Solutions
    • Method of Images
    • Solution of Boundary Value Problems in Different Coordinate Systems.


    law, Ampere’s circuital law & applications
    Magnetic flux density
    Maxwell’s equations
    Magnetic potential(vector & scalar)
    Forces due to magnetic fields & Ampere’s force law
    Inductance & magnetic energy


  • UNITIII :- Maxwell’s equations (Time varying fields)
    Faraday’s law, transformer emf &inconsistency of ampere’s law
    Displacement current density
    Maxwell’s equations in final form
    Maxwell’s equations in word form
    Boundary conditions: Dielectric to Dielectric& Dielectric to conductor


    Wave equations for conducting & perfect dielectric media
    Uniform plane waves & relations b/w E & H and sinusoidal variations
    Wave propagation: In lossless and conducting media
    Wave propagation: In good conductors and good dielectrics


  • UNIT-V : EM Waves characteristics
    Plane waves: Refraction & reflection
    Normal and oblique incidences: for prefect conductors and perfect dielectrics
    Brewster angle, critical angle and total internal reflection
    Surface impedance, poynting vector & poynting theorem
    Power loss in plane conductors, problems



Note :- These notes are according to the r09 Syllabus book of JNTUH.In R13 ,8-units of R09 syllabus are combined into 5-units in r13 syllabus.Click here to check all the JNTU Syllabus books 

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