RF and Wireless Made Simple II
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This two-day seminar provides anyone working in the RF industry with the opportunity to efficiently increase their understanding of RF terminology, components, and systems.
Upon completing the course you will be able to:
Convert dB and dBm values competently.
Convert mismatch specifications to return loss, SWR, or reflection coefficient.
Design microstrip transmission lines.
Match with the Smith Chart.
Explain an RF system block diagram.
Describe the function and operation of each component of an RF system.
Design a receiver to meet noise figure and intermod requirements.
Select appropriate RF components for each system block from datasheets.
Use simple RF software.
Practicing RF and wireless design and manufacturing engineers, general managers, technicians, salespersons and marketers will all benefit from this course. Prerequisites include attendance at RF and Wireless Made Simple I (or equivalent experience), and the ability to use a handheld scientific calculator.