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H7215A/B-101 RF & Microwave Measurement Fundamentals

4   Days | Formation en classe | Où et quand | Advantages of Keysight Training

Audience: Engineers and technicians who start working with RF & Microwave test instruments and want to review the fundamentals.

This class studies the principles of microwaves on transmission lines and power measurements, signal sources, mixers and modulation techniques; and the use of signal types in test applications.

Understand amplitude and angle modulation, vector and scalar network measurements, and spectrum analyzer measurements through extensive hands-on interaction.

What you will Learn

  • How to interpret specification in datasheets
  • Understand practical microwave measurements
  • Understand the importance of proper impedance matching in high-frequency microwave circuits
  • How and why SWR, power and noise measurements are made
  • Understand noise and its effect on microwave circuits

Prerequisites

  • A general understanding of electronic and measurement principles.

Outline

  • Day 1
    • Introduction to Transmission Lines
    • Microwave Power Measurements
    • Demonstration: Impedance Matching and Power Measurements
  • Day 2
    • Amplitude Modulation
    • Angle Modulation
    • Demonstration: Modulation Basics
    • Vector Network Analysis
  • Day 3
    • Scalar Network Analysis
    • Linearity
    • Demonstration: Vector and Scalar Network Analysis
  • Day 4
    • Spectrum Analysis
    • Noise and Noise Figure
    • Demonstration: Spectrum Analysis, Noise and Noise Figure Measurements
  • For complete course details, click on the Education Datasheet below

Equipment

Network Analyzer

Où et quand

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RF and Microwave Measurement Fundamentals 

Data Sheet 2006-09-22

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