Links & software for specific classes or
activities or general information not found in the textbook or notes:
- Helpful Hints for Lab Exercises
- Some Fields' Concepts
- YouTube Offerings
- Transmission Lines
- Electric and Magnetic Material Properties
- General References from Online Sources
- Numerical Methods
- Matlab Materials
- There are several Matlab M-Files used during class (in lessons,
homework and projects). These can now be downloaded from an m-file web site, although, in some cases,
this is not very convenient.
- Matlab Information (Tutorials, etc)
- Beakman's Motor
- Skin Effect (Helpful references)
- Java Applets
written by Adam Traidman for Prof. Crowley
- Powerpoint Slides
- Smith Chart Introduction slides.
- Prof. Michael's Lectures for the studio version of Fields & Waves I (New Numbering System)
- Prof. Michael's Lectures for Lessons 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the studio version of FWI (Old Numbering System)
- Prof. Connor's Lectures for the combined lecture, studio version of Fields & Waves I
- Earth's Magnetic Field
- Electroscope Information
- Extension Cord Engineering
- Introduction to Sensors -- Charles D.H. Williams from the University of Exeter
- MegaConverter -- (I
recommend that you use MegaConverter 2) There is lots of conversion
stuff here, but maybe the most useful is the one for Wire Resistance.
information from Michigan Tech.
- SETI@home --
Help search for extraterestrial intelligence.
- Math & Physics Applets and other resources from Paul Falstad
- Iridium Flare Information from Heavens Above . A very
useful page which tells you how to see the very bright flares
from the Iridium satellites. You can select from the thousands of
to observe the flares or you can input the exact lattitude and
of your house or wherever you wish to observe them. To obtain your
location to several significant digits go to the Etak Geocoding products and
- RF Cafe , a collection of
RF and microwave engineering material from Waypoint Software.
and Cable Information from the
Electronic Instrumentation webpage.
- Two interesting educational sites: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves a course from Iowa State (click on the topics in the class schedule) and Physlets Java Applets from Webphysics at Davidson (try the Java 1.1 button and then BField4).
- Cable TV Information
- Impedance Matching Information
- Lunar Eclipse Information
- Fields and Waves Studio Java Applets
- Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory at the University of Missouri-Rolla
- Gallery of Electromagnetic Personalities (A Vignette History of Electromagnetics)
- Introduction to the Electron Beam Ion Trap project at NIST
- NRL Plasma Formulary
- Physics Tutorials from University of Guelph Tutorials on Torque and Rotational Motion, DC circuits, Free-body diagrams, exponential growth and decay, simple harmonic motion, biophysics. Simulations of diffusion, radiation.
- Physics-2000: JAVA Applets and virtual physics
- US Frequency Allocation Chart
- No Frills Technical Links page
Previous Semesters & Studio Info: