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This course looks at the characteristics and benefits RF systems in Wireless applications. Topics include: system blocks and their functions; determination of circuit specifications from system architecture requirements; calculation of critical system characteristics; sensitivity requirements; frequency planning; tradeoffs between various blocks in a system; statistical analysis as a tool to predict system response and shortfalls for optimal system design; effect of temperature changes; mass production issues; system measurements; and CAD tools.

  • NOTE  Students should be familiar with the principles of RF engineering. RF Principles and Applications course strongly recommended, otherwise.

  • COURSE NUMBER  EE-40098
  • CREDIT  3.00 unit(s)


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