Arturo Mediano's three-day EMI/EMC Troubleshooting: Principles and Demonstrations seminar is now offered November 7-9 in San Diego, CA. The San Diego location offers convenient access to the airport (and local attractions), along with reasonable rates for lodging.
We've just scheduled two RF courses to be held in the Tempe/Phoenix area next March. Follow the links below for more information:
Register or reserve your seat now for our upcoming courses this August in San Jose, CA. Note the registration/reservation deadlines below. Courses may become unavailable for enrollment and/or prices will be increased after the deadline, so act now!
Visit Besser Associates (Booth #439) at the 2016 International Microwave Symposium Exhibition this May 24-26 in San Francisco! This annual symposium is sponsored by the Microwave Theory and Techniques (MTT) society of the IEEE and is the premier destination for all things Microwave and RF.
Instructor Scott Bullock will present a free webinar on radar this April 27 at 8:00 AM Pacific Time/15:00 UTC. This webinar provides an introduction to the theory and operation of radar. Historically developed for the military, then government systems, radar is now being adopted commercially — with a radar in every car not far off.
Besser Associates instructor Scott Bullock will present a free webcast on Introduction to Receivers this April 12 at 9:00 AM Pacific Time/16:00 UTC.
Topics covered will include:
Besser Associates and Microwave Journal magazine will present a webcast on RF and Microwave Filters this March 23rd at 8:00 AM Pacific Time/15:00 UTC.
Besser Associates courses will be offered in Singapore starting in April 2016 via Wizlogix PTE LTD. The following courses are based on courses from our catalog, but have been customized for these offerings:
Instructor Allen Podell will give a free webcast on RF Power Amplifiers this January 28th at 9:00 AM Pacific Time. Register for a free account on RFMentor to access both the live event and the recording, along with other previously recorded webinars.