Overview

Mr. Howard Hausman, President and CEO of RF Microwave Consulting Services and Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University, United States, is teaching this 3-day course.

This course recognizes that design of modern microwave subassemblies relies largely on selecting and implementing a cascade of Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) modules to meet the system project goals.  Although the focus of this course is primarily on RF/Microwave Power Amplifiers the theory and techniques are applicable to many subsystem and system functions.  The course is divided into three parts: (1) “Useful and Applicable Microwave Design Concepts” focusing on the high frequency modeling of parts, practical transmission line characteristics and handling the analysis small signal and large signal cumulative effects on performance, (2) “Designing the Microwave Power Amplifier” for communication systems and RADAR focusing on the cascading of modules, understanding and selecting the best applicable parallel amplifier topology and measuring modules for optimum matching  and (3) “Designing the Power Amplifier System” including best practices for DC power distribution, thermal design and minimizing the effects of electromagnetic susceptance and emissions.

Course Content
Course 801 RF/Microwave Sub-System and SSPA Design using Integrated Modules (MMICs)
Location
Date
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München, Germany
November 21 - 23, 2022

No payment now. We will contact you for firm registration in good time before course date.

Early Bird €2,075.00 Regular Price €2,305.00

Early Bird Price valid until: Sep 21, 2022

Instructor
Instructor Howard Hausman Element
Mr. Howard Hausman

President and CEO of RF Microwave Consulting Services and Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University, United States.

Mr. Hausman has been a member of the Continuing Education Institute-Europe faculty since 2021.

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