Test your electrical engineering IQ, as well as your knowledge of 20th-century display hardware, with this circuits-based cathode ray tube test question. This problem appeared on a Georgia Tech Electromagnetics Exam in 2003.
Fanpeng Kong; Cheng Qi; Hoseon Lee; Gregory D. Durgin; Maysam Ghovanloo
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, 2018
This collaboration with the Ghovanloo group studies small antennas placed within the mouth. These antennas connect to sensors and allow short-range communication with radios outside the body. These sensors retrieve information such as tongue position, which can be used to pilot a motorized wheelchair. Congratulations, Fanpeng and company!
In this video, the Georgia Tech students study switched DC sources on transmission lines as part of their time-domain transmission line series. This is useful for designers of high-speed logic circuit boards, among other things.
If you would like to practice with some problems, click here.
A follow-up gallery of time-domain transmission line animations. These were produced 14 years ago for my first electromagnetics class.