Online - RF Transmitter and Receiver Components: System Building Blocks

Category:
Radio engineering
Training method:
On-line
Length:
Over 70 mins
Guide price:
$45
Location:
Online
Details:

This course introduces key component building blocks used in modern RF and wireless transceiver systems. The purpose and function of each component is described together with its key performance characteristics. Knowing how individual components operate improves your understanding of how complete RF and wireless systems work and appreciate limitations on transceiver system performance due to non-ideal real-world components.

On completing this course, you can download a Certificate of Completion and display this certification on your public LinkedIn profile.

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