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December 1, 2003
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Workshops & Courses


Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility Design Practices

Topics: Fundamentals of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC/EMI) and focus on the methodology of how to minimize EMC problems. Attendees will be offered a hands-on personal consultation. For more information, visit www.dlsemc.com.
Site: Northbrook, IL
Dates: Jan. 22-23/26-27, 2004
Contact: DLS Electronic Systems (847) 537-6400.


RF and Wireless Made Simple

Topics: This two-day seminar provides non-technical professionals with a firm grounding in the language and meaning of technical RF and wireless concepts. It also conveys a conceptual understanding of wireless systems operation.
Site: Sunnyvale, CA
Dates: January 26-27, 2004
Contact: Besser Associates, 201 San Antonio Circle, Building B, Suite 115, Mountain View, CA 94040 (650) 949-3300.


Applied RF Techniques I

Topics: This five-day course provides circuit-level designers with the fundamental concepts needed to work effectively with high frequency electronics. The course focuses primarily on linear circuit design.
Site: Sunnyvale, CA
Dates: January 26-30, 2004
Contact: Besser Associates, 201 San Antonio Circle, Building B, Suite 115, Mountain View, CA 94040 (650) 949-3300.


Wireless Engineering

Topics: Provides engineers with the knowledge to design competitive devices for the wireless field. The course focuses on the fundamentals that are essential for linear circuit design of matching circuits, filters and amplifiers.
Site: Orlando, FL
Dates: February 16-20, 2004
Contact: R.A. Wood Associates, 1001 Broad Street, Suite 450, Utica, NY 13501 (315) 735-4217 or e-mail rawood@rawood.com.


RF Power Amps, Classes A-S

Topics: This course provides a detailed explanation of the various classes of RF power amplifiers, and where each class is used in today's wireless designs. Amplifier classes A through S are defined, including the advantages, disadvantages, applications and circuit topologies for each class.
Site: Orlando, FL
Dates: February 23-24, 2004
Contact: R.A. Wood Associates, 1001 Broad Street, Suite 450, Utica, NY 13501 (315) 735-4217 or e-mail rawood@rawood.com.


Frequency Synthesis and PLL Design

Topics: This three-day course provides both the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to design frequency synthesis circuits and systems using phase-locked loops and related technologies.
Site: Phoenix, AZ
Dates: February 25-27, 2004
Contact: Besser Associates, 201 San Antonio Circle, Building B, Suite 115, Mountain View, CA 94040 (650) 949-3300.


RF/Microwave Receiver Design

Topics: Understand the receiver requirements and how to flow the requirements to circuit design level and back. Intended for anyone involved in specifications, receiver design, RF circuit design and microwave system development.
Site: Orlando, FL
Dates: February 25-27, 2004
Contact: R.A. Wood Associates, 1001 Broad Street, Suite 450, Utica, NY 13501 (315) 735-4217 or e-mail rawood@rawood.com.


Near-field Antenna Parameter Measurements

Topics: This short course is intended for engineers and scientists concerned with making accurate measurements of antenna parameters. For more information, visit www.nist.gov/public_affairs/confpage/blconf.htm.
Site: Boulder, CO
Dates: April 20-22, 2004
Contact: NIST, Wendy McBride, MS 346, 325 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80305 (303) 497-4500, or e-mail wmcbride@boulder.nist.gov.

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