Technical

Introduction

Traditionally, theories and concepts of network analysis are presented and explained in other similar courses with the aid of simulators and/or hands-on measurements. In addition to illustrating network response of a given circuit, simulations and measurements show the change in response if parameter/value of the given circuit changes. This, however, does very little in helping people understand the theories and concepts.

This training program is designed to approach network analysis with fundamental theories and mathematical techniques that would allow a profound understanding of RF and microwave. The mathematical techniques are illustrated through Microsoft Excel, a common and easy-to-use tool that is easily available. Microsoft Excel is used as an instrument to learn that would ultimately relieve engineers’ dependency on simulators, bench measurement, and also Microsoft Excel itself. By understanding the fundamentals, engineers are empowered to make fast decisions towards accurate and precise solutions to complex challenges in RF and microwave engineering.

Upon completion of this program, all participants should be able to use fundamental theory of network transfer function in performing network analysis with Microsoft Excel if needed. Participants will also be able to analyse networks without simulators and bench measurements, and gain a profound understanding of RF and microwave.

Target Audience

RF and Microwave Engineers, High Speed Digital Design Engineers, and Signal Integrity Engineers with zero to five years of experience

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