Courses

Electromagnetic Field (AE1B17EMP)

This course gets its students acquinted with principles and applied electromagnetic field theory basics.

Electromagnetic Field, Waves and Lines (AE2B17EPV)

This course presents fundamentals of electromagnetic field theory and its applications. Analysis methods proper for static, stationary as well as dynamic fields and waves in free space and on basic transmission lines are presented as well. This course provides students with physics - based wiev on studied effects, which is applied then on engineering problems. At the end of the course, all effects should not only be described, but quantified as well. Basic knowledge and insight into communication devices, systems and techniques is provided, applicable not only to systems currently taught in other courses, but to future systems as well.

Fixed and Mobile Wireless Links (AE2B17PMS)

The goal of the course is to provide basic knowledge of the wireless transmission in real environments for specific applications, namely for the needs of the planning of wireless radio links. The key topics include: the wireless transmission, the link budget for various types of radio links, antenna parameters, basic types and applications of antennas, propagation of radio waves in the atmosphere for specific frequency bands and telecommunication services, propagation models for planning of fixed an mobile links for both terrestrial and satellite services, the interference and frequency planning, basics of cellular networks, ITU-R recommendations. 

 

Safety in Electrical Engineering 2 (AE2B17BP2)

 

Optical Communication Systems (AE2B17OKS)

The main aim of the subject is to introduce principals of the optical system theory. The subject includes theoretical background of optics, practical skills for design of optical systems with utilization of professional software. Moreover it incorporates electron optics, matrix optics, Gaussian beams, transition through optical components, absorption and dispersion, optical transmitter and receiver, detection, fundamental technology and measurement of optical waveguides.

High Frequency and Microwave Technique (AE2B17VMT)

Goal of the lectures is to explain to students basic principals of rf. and microwave circuits, both passive and active (e.g. attenuators, couplers, isolators and circulators, modulators, oscillators, mixers and amplifiers). In conclusion to subjects on theory of EM fields a topics of transmission lines and waveguides (e.g. microstrip line, coplanar line, circular, H and dielectric waveguide) and resonators (a section of transmission line, cavity, open, dielectric) are described Further a circuit analysis based on scattering parameters is being explained. Basic applications of rf. and microwave circuits are being discussed.

Matlab (AE0B17MTB)

Students will learn how to efficiently use both basic and advanced Matlab functions, including graphic user interface design. Emphasis will be put on problem analysis and implementation, understanding Matlab documentation, debugging user-defined functions and independent work with Matlab (proved by work on the project). Knowledge acquired can be applied to a broad spectra of courses taught at FEE (processing labs, final projects) and can be used in future professional career.

Antennas and EMC in Radiowave Communication (AE2M17AEK)

Student obtains the knowledge of basic analysis and design of the individual type of the antennas (wire, planar, reflector and lens antennas, and radomes) and antenna arrays. He obtains the basic experience in antenna and communication technique, antenna measurement technique including training in specialized antenna anechoic laboratory. He also obtains the basic knowledge in the field of electromagnetic compatibility - electromagnetic interference and susceptibility including testing methods and criteria of selecting of antennas for given fixed, mobile, ground and satellite service.

  Safety in Electrical Engineering 3 (AE2M17BP3)

CAD and Microwave Circuits (AE2M17CAD)

This course provides its students with principles and techniques used in modern microwave circuits as well as with basic design methods used in such systems. Basic overwiev of elements and detailed information on selected circuit design is provided. Students gain design experience during exercises. 

Microwave Circuits and Subsystems (AE2M17MOS)

The subject provides wide theoretical and practical knowledge both for scientific-research work and carrier profession in the field of rf. and microwave region. It makes students familiar with rf. and microwave passive and active circuits realized in planar and monolithic structures - lines, directional couplers, power dividers, resonant circuits, filters and CAD tools for design of rf. and microwave circuits. It also contains basis of microwave transistors, bipolar, MESFET and HEMPT, design of low noise, power, narrow band and wideband amplifiers, diode and transistor oscillators, detectors, mixer and frequency multipliers. 

Terrestrial and Satellite Radio Links (AE2M17PDS)

The goal of the course is to teach the student to design basic types of wireless links from the antennas and propagation point of view, including interference analyses for both fixed links and radio networks and frequency coordination. The design principles are primarily based on international ITU-R recommendations. In addition, the attention is given to prospective wireless systems as well, e.g., intelligent antenna systems.

Computer Aided Modeling of Field (AE2M17PMP)

The subject prepares students for independent work with professional software tools for design of elements of radio communication systems on the base of state of art. Knowledge of numerical methods and methods of optimization are parts of the education. The subject also gives the knowledge of the maths for RF radio communication systems and introduces some modern parts on maths together with design of radio communications subsystems.