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Lecture presentations of the chapters of B. N. Basu, “Engineering Electromagnetics Essentials,” Universities Press, Hyderabad (2015)

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Lecture 1 @KIT

Some broadbanding aspects in slow-wave and fast-wave travelling- wave tubes

Lecture 2 @KIT

Scenario of the development of microwave tubes in India, by BN Basu

Lecture 3

Special notes on Electromagnetic Boundary Conditions, by BN Basu

Lecture 4

Some basic enabling concepts in Microwave Tubes

Lecture 5

Some points on paper writing encompassing plagiarism

Lecture 6

Special tutorial on the
IEEE IPR office plagiarism

Lecture 7

National Scenario of the
Development of Microwave Tubes

Lecture 8

Synthesis
of
Pierce electron guns

Lecture 9

Appendix to Lecture on
Synthesis of Pierce Electron Gun

Lecture 10

Focusing Structure/Beam Confinement

Lecture 11

Field and circuit analyses of helix slow-wave structure in sheath-helix model

Lecture 12

Analysis of Helical Slow-Wave Structure in
Tape-Helix Model

Lecture 13

Analysis of helical slow-wave structure for enhanced conceptual rigors

Lecture 14

Chu’s kinetic Power Density Concept

Lecture 15

Beam-wave interaction in a TWT 

Lecture 16

HPM Devices Part 1,
Delivered at IIT Kharagpur

Lecture 17

HPM Devices Part 2,
Delivered at IIT Kharagpur

Lecture 18

Trends in the Development of Microwave Tubes

Lecture 19

Appendix-
Trends in the Development of Microwave Tubes

Lecture 20

Circuit analysis vis-a-vis electromagnetic analysis

Lecture 21

Joint AKTU-AICTE Short-Term Training Program

Lecture 22

Scenario of R&D in Microwave Tubes in India vis-à-vis Global Trends 

Lecture 23

Scenario of R&D in Microwave Tubes in India vis-à-vis Global Trends

Lecture 24

Some Broadbanding Aspects in Slow-Wave and Fast-Wave Travelling-Wave Tubes

Tribute to Dr. SSS Agarwala with dedication to Dr. GS Sidhu

JOURNEY OF AMARJIT SINGH FROM PHAGWARA TO PILANI by B. N. Basu

Webinar at Thinkers in VED Group

“CREATION OF VEDAS”

BN Basu

It is always a pleasure to write something for Vacuum Electronic Devices and Application Society, India. I do not intend to list the vacuum electron devices developed by the various organisations in the country nor enumerate the achievements of these organisations. I would like to present some points in my own perspective. I am likely to miss many a point and fail to mention the names of significant ‘contributors’. For such inadvertent lapses I may please be pardoned. VEDAS is not responsible for the facts and opinions presented here by me.