Wireless Technologies is a graduate course tailored to give the students of Engineering and Computer Science an insight of the basic topics concerned with wireless technology applications. Each subject is treated with a user-friendly approach, also showing practical hints on instruments and components.
Extensive hands-on computer practice with software package NI-AWR Microwave Office™ is carried out to get to the final goal of managing the design of a low-noise amplifier operating at microwave frequencies.
Introduction to microwave technologies
Software for microwave CAD and analysis: training and practice
Solid state devices for wireless technologies
Basics of linear microwave circuits
Energy Harvesting concepts
Basics of electromagnetic compatibility