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RF Circuit and Systems Design

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The course has been specifically designed to cover the major elements relevant to engineers working or starting out in the Radio Frequency field and should provide them with the expertise required to excel in this, their chosen field.

Date and Time

09 July 2018 - 09:00 to 13 July 2018 - 18:45

Location

Guildford, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Third party event. Contact b.steel@surrey.ac.uk or +44(0)1483 686040 for more information.


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The course has been specifically designed to cover the major elements relevant to engineers working or starting out in the Radio Frequency field and should provide them with the expertise required to excel in this, their chosen field.

By joining some of the foremost experts in the field of RF engineering delegates will quickly be given the tools to get to grips with the major aspects of RF Circuit & System Design.

This course is intended for delegates wishing to consolidate and upgrade their RF knowledge to improve their effectiveness in implementing and using RF systems in the radio industry.

Delegates will obtain an understanding of the technologies behind transmitter and receiver design including small signal RF amplifiers, synthesisers and PA design. The format of the course is such that even those with only a rudimentary understanding of the topic will quickly be brought up to speed.

The course material progresses to an advanced level equivalent to that required to an MSc module. This course can also form part of the Modular MSc in Electronic Engineering. Please contact the CE office for further details. Numbers on this course are limited in order to give ample time to students in the CAD sessions and practical laboratories while also gaining the necessary support from tutors.

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