Online - Understanding Modern RF and Wireless Digital Modulation

Category:
Radio engineering
Training method:
On-line
Length:
Over 110 mins
Guide price:
$95
Location:
Online
Details:

In this online course, you'll learn all about modern RF and wireless digital modulation techniques. The course aims to simplify and explain key features and characteristics without resorting to complex mathematics.

Essential topics such as sampling, sampling rate, pulse shaping, filtering, IQ diagrams, constellation diagrams, eye diagrams, QAM, PSK, OFDM and CDMA are all explained at a qualitative level. The aim is to give practising engineers and technicians a good understanding of modern digital modulation that they can use in their day-to-day jobs.

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

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