Monolithic Microwave IC Design - Seminar / Kurs von Universität Ulm

Leitung: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hermann Schumacher, Institute of Electronic Devices and Circuits, Universität Ulm

Inhalte

Kursangebot in englischer Sprache.

This module imparts a general overview of monolithic microwave IC (MMIC) design techniques, design tools and models as well as practical design exercises.

Topics are:

  • General overview of monolithic microwave IC (MMIC) design techniques
  • MMIC design tools and models
  • Substrate properties, packaging parasitics, and their impact on MMIC design
  • Fundamental building blocks:   
    • Amplifiers (low-noise, wideband, power)
    • Artificial transmission lines and distributed circuit topologies
    • Mixers
    • Oscillators
    • Frequency multipliers and dividers
    • Phase shifters and vector modulators

Weitere Informationen auf der Website der School of Advanced Professional Studies (SAPS) der Universität Ulm.

Kursangebot in englischer Sprache.

This module imparts a general overview of monolithic microwave IC (MMIC) design techniques, design tools and models as well as practical design exercises.

Topics are: ...

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Lernziele

Students recognize fundamental requirements of microwave/millimeter-wave communication systems. They review and analyze common circuit concepts and topologies, and identify those which meet the requirements. They then synthesize circuits to meet a set of requirements, and assess their functional performance using computer aided design tools, compare their results with the requirements, leading to circuit optimization.

Students recognize fundamental requirements of microwave/millimeter-wave communication systems. They review and analyze common circuit concepts and topologies, and identify those which meet the require ...

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Zielgruppen

Requirement is a first academic degree.

  1. Principles of Analog Circuit Design
  2. Principles of Radio Frequency Engineering
  3. Fundamental knowledge of transistor function (pHEMT, MOSFET, BJT)

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SG-Seminar-Nr.: 5658757

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  • 01.04.2022 - 30.09.2022

    Ulm (Donau), DE

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