RAWood Home Page Site Map
Contact

Wireless Engineering - for Designers

Course Overview

All of the material and examples of this class emphasize the things engineers need to know to design competitive devices for the wireless field. The course begins with fundamentals that are essential for the linear circuit design of matching circuits, filters, and amplifiers. However, because of the step-by-step development of the course, the student learns the basis of most components and subsystems used in wireless systems today, since amplifiers are among the most complex of component designs. Without this course, an engineer could spend years before acquiring the design perspective provided in just 5 days of this intensive training.

Instructor: Joseph F. White, Ph.D

Course Outline


Participants will learn to:

Course Outline

Seminar Materials Provided

Course participants receive a 400-page note set with sample designs and solutions, and WinSmith (PC Smith Chart software).

Who Should Attend

Recently graduated electrical engineers and senior engineers wishing to jump start a wireless career, as well as engineering managers who want to advance their understanding of wireless design. Prerequisites: BS Degree or equivalent experience recommended.

Click here to view comments from previous course attendees and where students have come from

Instructor Biography

Joseph F. White serves as a teaching consultant to the RF and microwave industry. He received the Ph.D. in Electrophysics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and has engaged in semiconductor engineering within the microwave industry for 25 years, receiving the IEEE Application Award for his Contributions to Phased Array Antennas. He wrote the textbook Microwave Semiconductor Engineering, founded the magazine Applied Microwave and Wireless, and has taught courses on Wireless at both the introductory and engineering levels throughout the United States . He is a reviewer for the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, an international lecturer, a Fellow of the IEEE and a member of the Eta Kappa Nu and Sigma Xi honorary fraternities.

RAWood Home Page Site Map Contact Us
©1995-2013 by R. A. Wood Associates