Online - RF and Wireless Propagation: Key Concepts

Category:
Radio engineering
Training method:
On-line
Length:
30 mins
Guide price:
$25
Location:
Online
Details:

This online course covers the basics of RF and wireless propagation including important concepts such as reflection, diffraction and scattering. It addresses both free space and terrestrial propagation and includes an overview of RF link budgets including a sample calculation.

Radio propagation is a key topic for any radio engineer. It provides key knowledge about the way in which radio waves travel under different circumstances and on different frequencies. Knowing how they travel can help track down issues and problems as well as obtaining far more effective radio systems.

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

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