RF Wireless Circuits, Systems and Test Fundamentals
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Nov 16-Nov 20, 2020 - Scheduled Online Course, RF Mentor e-Learning /
$1,295 until 11/02/2020, then $1,595
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This course provides RF engineers, system designers, manufacturing engineers and other professionals with the essential concepts needed to understand effectively RF and wireless products. This program provides a thorough understanding of RF parameters and as they apply to Wireless applications. At the system level, this course combines theory with real-life examples, providing participants with a complete foundation in understanding architectures - the physical layer requirements and RF measurement techniques.
This 3 part course is offered in five 3-hour sessions (9:00am to 12:00pm Pacific time) via web-classroom. Each daily session is a live online event but the recording can be made available on demand and online to support students requiring a more convenient viewing time. For on demand students, simply register online or by contacting the office and you will receive the login details for 30 day access to the recording. Please contact the office for details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course is intended for registered students only. Please contact us for group rates at email@example.com or 650-949-3300. Recording, copying, or re-transmission of classroom material is prohibited.
Upon completing the course you will be able to:
- Describe RF circuit parameters and terminology.
- Analyze system performance.
- Interpret S-parameters from measurements and datasheets.
- Interpret key performance parameters such as P1dB, IP3, noise figure, Gain, Etc.
- Develop wireless communication system budget profiles.
- Understand RF system test standards and measurement techniques.
- Describe test requirements needed for new (5G) wireless networks
Engineers, programmers, chip designers, and engineering managers involved in the design, planning, implementation, or testing of communication systems would benefit from this intermediate-level course. Participants should have a BSEE or equivalient.