A basic introduction of the RF (Radio Frequency) engineering profession for a non technical audience. Students will gain basic knowledge which will assist them in their daily interaction with RF engineering topics in their respective organisations.
This class is aimed at experienced RF & System engineers who wish to enhance their system design engineering knowledge and for wireless communication engineering who seek a better understanding of system design considerations and trade-offs for designing advanced transmit/receive products.
Broadband analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and digital-to-analog converters (DACs) are key building blocks in modern transceiver design. This seminar discusses some of their unique attributes and their influence on RF system design. In particular, it covers their unique frequency transfer-function and their RF system implications, SNR limitations due to quantisation and jitter, and frequency planning considerations. We will explore the implications of these perperties on real-IF and zero-IF transceivers that include ADCs and DACs.
Millimetre-wave communication systems have been around for some time, but mm-wave technologies became a “hot topic” just recently, as these technologies are the key enablers for modern wireless applications such as 5G, WiGig, car radar, advanced imaging systems and more.
This course targets professional engineers who are involved in all stages of design, qualification and manufacturing of systems containing high-speed digital signals, including: board design and layout, SIPI, verification, system and manufacturing processes.