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June 1, 2002
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Workshops & Courses


RF & Microwave Fundamentals
Topics : Understand the principles of RF/microwave engineering, and undertake RF measurements using power meters, spectrum analyzers and network analyzers.
Site : Winnersh, UK
Dates : July 2-5, 2002
Contact : Tracey Bull +44 118 9276741, fax +44 118 9276862.

Wireless Engineering
Topics : Intended for engineers in the wireless field. Fundamentals are covered and applied using a hands-on design approach. Course principles are explored by the design of practical filters, diplexers and transistor amplifiers, giving participants a wide range of design experience. Fee: $2045.
Site : Trenton, NJ
Dates : July 15-19, 2002
Contact : R.A. Wood Associates, 1001 Broad St., Suite 450, Utica, NY 13501 (315) 735-4217.

Transmit/Receive Modules: Technologies, Performance, Reliability and Cost
Topics : T/R module design with in-depth treatment of related technologies including MMICs, packaging and assembly techniques from a performance, reliability and cost perspective. Fee: $995.
Site : Baltimore, MD
Dates : July 16-18, 2002
Contact : Bruce Kopp, Microwave Technologies, 5931 Gales Lane, Columbia, MD 21045 (410) 992-4278.

Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility Design Practices
Topics : Recent updates with respect to the fast changing electronics industry. Starts with fundamentals of electromagnetic compatibility and then focuses on the methodology of how to minimize EMC problems, starting with the design process through final testing and approval.
Site : Northbrook, IL
Dates : July 18-19, 2002
Contact : Donald L. Sweeney, DLS Electronic Systems Inc. (847) 537-6400 or visit www.dlsemc.com.

RF Components and Systems for Short Range Wireless Transmission
Topics : Enables engineers to estimate the system requirements of wireless short range applications and to design a data transmission system in an unlicensed frequency band. The tools most frequently used in RF engineering are introduced.
Site : Sunnyvale, CA
Dates : October 7-11, 2002
Contact : Besser Associates, 201 San Antonio Circle, Building E, Suite 280, Mountain View, CA 94040 (650) 949-3300 or e-mail info@bessercourse.com.

Network Analysis Measurements
Topics : Network analysis principles, S-parameters, architecture of vector network analyzers, operation, calibration techniques, time domain techniques. This course includes technical lab sessions.
Site : Winnersh, UK
Dates : October 17-18, 2002
Contact : Tracey Bull +44 118 9276741, fax +44 118 9276862.

Introductory RF/Microwaves
Topics : Intended for engineers, managers and technicians who are new to RF/microwave and need an overview of the field so that they can become productive immediately.
Site : Baltimore, MD
Dates : November 7-8, 2002
Contact : R.A. Wood Associates, 1001 Broad St., Suite 450, Utica, NY 13501 (315) 735-4217.

RF Wireless System Design Fundamentals
Topics : Combines theory with real-life examples to provide participants with a complete foundation in digital communication techniques and their effects on RF circuit parameters, to help them close between traditional RF engineering design and the needs of modern communication systems. Fee: $1145.
Site : Sunnyvale, CA
Dates : November 20-22, 2002
Contact : Besser Associates, 201 San Antonio Circle, Building E, Suite 280, Mountain View, CA 94040 (650) 949-3300 or info@bessercourse.com.

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