EE5602_1_ARFaMT_Introduction

EE5602_1_ARFaMT_Introduction - EE5602 Active Radio...

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EE5602 Active Radio Frequency LT11 Course Lecturer: Dr. Wing Shing Chan Room: FYW6322 Email: eeej2710@cityu.edu.hk Some material are reproduced with permission from Q. XUE’s lecture notes.
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General Aims – This course aims to provide students with the skill and knowledge to use in the design of active/passive semiconductor devices. Content Required S-parameters Smith-chart Matching networks Characteristics of transmission lines. Prerequisite: EE3109 Applied Electromagnetics Electromagnetic Wave Propagation Reflection, Refraction, and Transmission Transmission Lines Radiation
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Course Intended Learning Outcome Describe and consider different RF/Microwave front- ends Correlate concepts with design parameters Design key components in RF/Microwave Front-ends
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What is a Front-end? Q. XUE
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A Typical Front-End Structure Q. XUE
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Course Contents Active and passive solid-state components Transmission line and lumped components Matching network techniques
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course EE 5602 taught by Professor Wingshingchan during the Spring '10 term at City University of Hong Kong.

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