Training Courses offered by Cambridge RF

Cambridge RF teaches courses in Digital Modulation theory and RF system and circuit design. These are usually conducted on our customers' sites for minimum disruption to course delegates.

An Introduction to Digital Modulation Formats

Courses can be tailored in emphasis to suit the audience. This is our standard syllabus.

Abstract
This full day training course gives an insight into digital modulation concepts and measurement techniques. The topic is dealt with from the perspective of an RF engineer, focussing on the impact that various digital modulation formats have on the behaviour and requirements of RF circuits. Topical wireless technologies are presented, such as W-CDMA and Bluetooth, and the implications for transmitter and receiver design and verification are explained.

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Introduction to Digital Modulation Systems
Digital Modulation Fundamentals. TDMA, FDMA, CDMA
Bluetooth, GSM, EDGE, W-CDMA, 802.11a/b

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RF Component-Level Measurements
Linear measurements - Group delay, S-Parameters (inc. Balanced)
Non-Linear Measurements - AM-AM, AM-PM, Intermodulation, ACP, EVM. Load-pull techniques

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Receiver Measurements
Typical receiver architectures and their issues.
BER, Sensitivity, IIP3, Spurious responses

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Transmitter Measurements
Typical transmitter architectures and their issues.
EVM, ACP, PCDE, Spurious Emissions, Intermodulation

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Questions and discussion

The target audience is RF engineers who have an understanding of circuit design, but need a greater understanding of the system issues and measurement techniques. It will also be useful for project managers who want a good overview of the field.


Getting in touch :

If you would like to find out more about our training courses or other services, why not send us an e-mail? Outline your requirement and we will be pleased to begin working with you.

Cambridge RF Ltd.,
10, Teversham Road,
Fulbourn,
Cambridge,
United Kingdom
CB21 5EB

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 700497

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