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What: AWR announces the release of two new university success stories that reveal how students use AWR software to design novel and award-winning microwave/RF products.
Norbert Leder of the Vienna University of Technology led a team in the design of a complex X-band transmission analyzer using Microwave Office™. The project involved the design of many different circuits, requiring many design iterations and verification steps in order to achieve ambitious performance goals. Everything from the system design to the final PCB layout was carried out almost entirely within the AWR design environment.
Cem Korkmaz, a student at Istanbul Technical University, used Microwave Office for his graduation design project. His award winning final Wi-Fi low noise amplifier (LNA) design performed better than other commercially available designs with lower noise figure and power consumption, to name a few key metrics. Additionally, Korkmaz was able to quickly learn to use the AWR software and wizards through the use of the software’s comprehensive help section, supplied LNA design examples and AWR.TV video demonstrations.
Where: The Vienna University of Technology Success Story can be viewed at: www.awrcorp.com/customer-stories/vienna-university-technology-tu-vienna
The Istanbul Technical University Success Story can be viewed at: http://www.awrcorp.com/customer-stories/istanbul-technical-university
When: Immediately on line at www.awrcorp.com/customer-stories
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