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Signal Integrity Course Overview

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Signal Integrity Course Overview 2016-09-26T09:22:24+00:00

Signal Integrity Course Overview

The course duration is 30 academic hours and will be delivered over 6 meetings of 5 academic hours each
This is a comprehensive and intensive course. (see the course syllabus)
The course, is presented by  leading technical experts from industry and academia with many years of experience. (seeLecturers)
The topics include SI analysis, guidelines, simulation, and verification.
Theoretical topics include power, frequency spectrum, phase/amplitude response of linear systems, signal distortions, time-domain reflections, impedance matching considerations, noise, electromagnetic coupling and interference (EMI), and fast time-domain measurements and de-imbedding.
The objectives are to establish a sound basis for signal and power integrity design rules, checking by 3D electromagnetic simulation SW and verification by hands-on measurements.
Hands-On practicing is important. The course includes a series of practical demonstrations using modern test and measurement equipment.
Coarse List of Topics:
  1. Course Scope and Theoretical Background
  2. Pitfalls and Technical Parameters
  3. Design Guidelines
  4. Board and Chip Simulations
  5. Measurements and Verification
  6. Hands-on Laboratory Tests

RF and Microwave Engineering Course Overview

The course duration is 60 academic hours and will be delivered over 12 meetings of 5 academic hours each
This is a comprehensive and intensive course. (see the course syllabus)
The course, is presented by  leading technical experts from industry and academia with many years of experience. (see Lecturers)
The course provides a thorough introduction to fundamental as well as state of the art topics in modern RF, Microwave and Wireless Communications engineering.
The course first constitutes solid background of basic RF concepts, including Noise, Non Linearity, Sensitivity, Dynamic Range, Transmission lines, S parameters, Impedance matching and more.
The course then reviews basic RF building blocks (Mixers, Oscillators, Filters etc.) describing how these are combined to form complete RF systems.
Description of Transmitter and Receiver architectures (Superheterodyne and Direct Conversion – In-Phase and Quadrature (I-Q) Mod./Demod., Software Defined Radio and Design Considerations for RFIC transceivers)
Advanced Digital Modulations and Multiple Access methods is then presented.
The Course includes thorough description of Spectrum Analyzers, Vector Network Analyzer, Electromagnetic Waves,  Propagation of EM waves and Antennas, from the simple Dipole up to Antenna Arrays.
The course concludes by defining important test and measurement terms and methods used to characterize RF components, RF modules up to full System performance.
This includes a series of practical demonstrations using modern RF test and measurement equipment.
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