Introduction to Electromagnetic and Electro-Optic Propagation

Introduction to Electromagnetic and Electro-Optic Propagation
gabi6955 2018-09-25 14:36:48

it was cool
chipveres 2018-08-05 11:04:40

Not quite what I expected. I thought of a lesson on VHF and UHF radio propagation, while this is heavy on RADAR and light waves.
ac8to 2018-06-28 20:27:50

I selected this lesson because I wanted a better understanding of unusual radio propagation conditions such as tropospheric ducting. It was very helpful in this regard.
w_ya_tt 2018-06-18 11:41:12

was good
CPolarBear 2018-05-23 05:31:50

I like the format. I like the small sections and steps. I didn't like that if I went full screen, I had to exit out of it to advance to the next section.
bajan75 2018-02-19 10:49:01

Very good course for linking principles of EM radiation and propagation to remote sensing. I will recommend it to my students.
ShipmanTW 2017-11-08 13:00:34

Good course on EM propogation.
Mark Schneider 2017-01-13 13:31:36

This course is very thorough and informative with a logical layout. Its apparent that much time and thought went into the design and this is appreciated!
cmrules 2014-07-18 16:11:28

tough module, great info, well presented but maths and physics is not a strong point!
AC5JW 2014-05-21 07:26:51

I found this course to be very detailed. It was fun to discover and to participate in this learning experience. While the use of formulas and some symbols can be unfamiliar to some, I feel that a little brushing up on some alphabets would be in order to clear away that disconnect. For example, anyone can find Greek and Latin alphabets online to use as a reference for pronunciation, spelling, and symbol in lower or upper case form. This may be important for people to follow along with the audio presentations in this course or other presentations within the MetEd and UCAR system. I am not the intended audience, in that I have no career background in weather, but the course is very relevant to me in the hobby of amateur radio. There are tidbits of information that I learned for the first time and hope to begin applying soon. I liked it, so I plan to return to read it again.
drrichard 2014-04-25 13:05:57

I liked this class, it was interesting, well laid out and clearly written. A more detailed summary of the main points would have helped, but the graphics were good and it had a reasonable pace. Now I do have a strong background in this area--I've taught a couple of introductory physics classes, fly gliders, and got an FCC radar tech license. Those helped a lot. (I also passed the course on to the editor of a newsletter for fellow ham radio people working on VHF and above.) But that said I believe anyone with a reasonably strong interest in the topic and a decent introductory foundation in meteorology or the physical sciences can get through this course. It certainly is a good orientation to the topic.
METOCsucks69 2014-03-27 13:06:03

This may have been the hardest thing I have ever had to do in my life. When CBT spits mathamatical equations at me I tend to blank out. AG2 is correct this may be helpful for someone who is a "freakin scientist"
AG1K3LLY87 2014-03-27 13:02:11

The fact that you have to be a freaking scientist makes this unhelpful......#processofelimination