Online - Transmission Lines, S-Parameters & Smith Chart

Category:
Radio engineering
Training method:
On-line
Length:
Over 75 mins
Guide price:
$45
Location:
Online
Details:

Transmission Lines, S-Parameters and the Smith Chart are key concepts in the everyday language of RF and microwave engineering and it is important to understand them well. This short course introduces these concepts together with commonly used terms such as dB, dBm, insertion and return loss and VSWR. The online course is divided into bite-sized chunks so you can study at your own pace and includes review quizzes together with supporting course notes.

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

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