- Buyers Guide
Horizon House Publications announces an alliance between Microwave Journal and Besser Associates that will provide microwave working professionals and students with a series of free online courses based on RF/microwave theory and techniques. Each installment will be presented by a Besser Associates instructor and will run for approximately 45 minutes followed by a 15-minute question and answer period to be moderated by an editor from Microwave Journal. Registered participants can view the presentation live during its scheduled webcast or view the recorded session on the Microwave Journal-hosted webinar archive.
Besser Associates is the world-renowned, leading provider of live and alternative media training to professionals working with RF, wireless, digital, and networking technologies. Their instruction combines theory with hands-on practice, the latest tools and technology, and the most appropriate training media for individualized, meaningful participant experiences. This education is critical to process and product innovation in the highly competitive RF, wireless, and networking industries. Besser Associate instructors represent the best and brightest in their fields around the world: they carry an average of 20 years of field and applied teaching experience and are current on the latest technology and techniques as well as the fundamentals.
“Besser Associates views this collaboration with Microwave Journal as an excellent complement to our existing paid webinar series,” said Jeff Lange, president of Besser Associates. “Microwave Journal is an industry standard and well-respected resource for microwave-related information. By teaming with them, we will be able to provide an excellent glimpse at what our full online training courses offer to a wide range of engineers that we may never have been able to reach.”
• RF Fundamentals — Graphical Design Techniques and the Smith Chart
• RF Fundamentals — Passive Component Modeling
• Semiconductor Devices for RF/µW Design — Device Materials/Fabrication and Impact on Performance
• Antennas — Electrically Small Antennas
• Components and Circuit Design — Baluns
• Components and Circuit Design — Filters
• Systems - WiMAX, 802.11, Bluetooth — other wireless/networking technologies
• Antennas — Ultrawideband
• Components and Circuit Design — Power Amplifiers
• Components and Circuit Design — Local Oscillators
• Systems — Modern Modulation Fundamentals
• Systems/Component — DSP: Quadrature Signals
• EM Shielding — Overview
• EM Shielding — Understanding Grounding
Microwave Journal is the industry’s oldest and most respected resource for news and information about microwave and radio frequency engineering, featuring contributions from the very best writers, speakers and authorities in the business. Microwave Journal’s print and on-line content includes highly topical and detailed technical articles, industry news, product features, special reports and engineering resources. Industry professionals rely on the Microwave Journal’s Buyer’s Guide for a comprehensive list of products and services in 13 industry segments with more than 120 product categories. With the largest number of subscribers in its field, Microwave Journal offers its clients access to more industry professionals than any other publication.
Since 1985, Besser Associates is the leading provider of live and alternative media training to professionals working with RF, wireless, digital and networking technologies. Besser Associates has trained over 45,000 people in these industries using instruction that combines theory with hands-on practice, the latest tools and technology, and the most appropriate training media for individualized, meaningful participant experiences. This education is critical to process and product innovation in the highly competitive RF, wireless and networking industries. Training options include public courses, customized/private courses, on-line courses, CD-ROM and video training.
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