NI AWR software will be an integral part of the European Microwave Week (EuMW) 2019 European Microwave Doctoral School two-day program, which focuses on emerging technologies for reconfigurable radio and hands-on practice. Professor David S. Ricketts of North Carolina State University will present a half-day course, “Building a Modern Digital Transceiver in One Day,” using the NI AWR Design Environment platform, specifically Microwave Office circuit design software.
This is the fourth year of the European Microwave Doctoral School, following the success of previous editions, and Prof. Ricketts’ hands-on course using NI AWR software has become a permanent fixture of the program. The school offers Ph.D. students an overview of various emerging technologies beyond the normal conference program and attendees receive graduate school credit through the hosting university.
Also in its fourth year at EuMW is a two-day European Microwave Student School for undergraduate and master’s degree students, where Prof. Ricketts will teach the same hands-on workshop and the undergraduate students will collaborate with the doctoral school students to build a modern digital transceiver.
The European Microwave Doctoral School program and Student School program will take place October 1-2 at EuMW 2019 in Paris.