RF Productivity: Wireless/Radio System Components
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This course has been designed for applications, production, manufacturing engineers and technicians as well as other professionals who need to have a solid background in the fundamentals of working with RF and wireless products. This course is part four of a four part program that provides a thorough understanding of RF analytical tools, communications signals, RF devices and test instruments. A basic block diagram of a transmitter/receiver chain forms the backbone of the course outline. Each component is described, and the relative performance parameters defined. Key impairments are introduced as they become relevant to the operation of the system. Basic system calculations are covered.
The course consists of pre-recorded lectures followed by online exercise workbooks. Q&A forums are also available. Students have two months to complete the material. This course is equivalent to 10 hours of classroom training.
This course is intended for registered individual students only. Please contact us for group rates at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650-949-3300. Recording, copying, or re-transmission of classroom material is prohibited.
Upon completing the course you will be able to:
- describe the operation of the main components of an RF transceiver system
- interpret key performance parameters such as P1dB, IP3, noise figure, etc.
Prerequisite: RF Productivity: Analytical Tools, Signals and Propagation, Test Equipment courses or equivalent experience is assumed prior to taking this course.
This program is ideally suited for applications, manufacturing and production engineers or technicians who are new to the RF/wireless field. It is also suitable for those who have been working in the field but who have not had a formal introduction to the key concepts that form the basis of understanding and troubleshooting wireless systems.