RF Engineering Tutorial 1.
In the first Lecture we talked about NORMALISING transmission lines to a characteristic impedance of 1. Get in to the habit of normalizing as your FIRST step! Question 1.
A 50 transmission line is terminated in a
ELEC5403 Laboratory Notebook - 2010
Your laboratory notebook is like a diary. It will enable you to reference later the material that you have mastered. The basic requirement of a lab report is that it must stand on its own. It must contain sufficient inf
ELEC5403- Radio Frequency Design
Transistor S - parameters
The aim of this lab is to measure the S parameters of a BFR90 transistor at 100 MHz and to compare your results with published data. Typical values for the BFR90 are included below.
ELEC5403- Radio Frequency Design LAB 5- Microstrip Filters Lab Objective. Design, construct, test and evaluate the performance of microstrip filters on standard FR4 printed circuit board, or equivalent material, at RF/microwave frequencies. Use PUFF or ot
S-PARAMETER MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUE The vector voltmeter measures the magnitude of a reference and test voltage and the difference i n phase between t he vol tages. Because it can measure phase, it allows us to directly measure the S-paramete
ELEC5403 LAB 3 Single Stub Tuning OBJECTIVE In this experiment you will measure the impedance and the reflection coefficient of a nominal 24-ohm low frequency load resistor at different microwave frequencies using a network analyzer HP 8753A, and also mat
ELEC5403 LAB 2 VSWR Measurements using a Slotted Line
Objectives: To utilize a slotted line setup to demonstrate standing waves due to impedance mismatch. To utilized slotted line measurements to determine the impedance of loads. Equipment: Slotted line R
ELEC 5403 Laboratory 1 The Spectrum Analyser This lab introduces the operation of typical spectrum analysers and measurements in the frequency domain. Equipment. HP Spectrum analyser Rhode & Schwarz Spectrum Analyser HP or Rhode & Schwarz RF Signal Genera