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Practical Antenna Design for Advanced Wireless Products

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5/15/14 11:00 am to 5/15/14 12:00 pm EST

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Technical Education Webinar Series

Practical Antenna Design for Advanced Wireless Products

Presented by: AWR Corp.

May 15, 2014, 11 am ET

Antenna performance plays a critical role in determining the communication range and quality of service for wireless devices. As devices must increasingly support challenging spectral performance (i.e. wideband or multi-band) and densely integrated packaging, design becomes crucial to the success of new wireless products. Competence in advanced antenna design strengthens the competitive edge of such products for their manufacturers.

This webinar offers participants technical insights on the vital aspects of antenna design from an industrial and practical perspective. It covers fundamental theory, concepts & definitions to the features, specifications and performance of different types of commonly-used and advanced antennas found in wireless products. Practical implementation strategies on overall product design for optimum antenna performance will also be presented.

Presenter:   Henry Lau, CEO, Lexiwave Technology
Henry Lau received his M.Sc. and MBA degrees from UK and USA respectively. He has more than 23 years of experience in designing RF systems, products and RFICs in both Hong Kong and US. He worked for Motorola and Conexant in the US as Principal Engineer on developing RFICs for cellular phone and silicon tuner applications. Mr Lau holds five patents in RF designs. He is currently running Lexiwave Technology, a wireless systems company in Hong Kong and the US designing and selling RFICs, RF modules, Antennas and RF solutions. He has also been teaching numerous RF-related courses internationally.

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