Introduction to hyperfrequencies
The purpose of this course is to familiarize learners with hyperfrequency usage techniques.
The course lasts 5 days (31 hours) and includes:
- 13 lectures
- 3 sessions with application exercises
- 3 practical work sessions
- 1 hour recap
Learners are required to bring a pocket scientific calculator.
The aim is to provide good basic knowledge and an introduction to a minimum of practical laboratory work.
Subsequently, those wishing to increase their knowledge in more specific disciplines may be interested in courses ELT 012 « Introduction to antennas ».
Course level: Basic
Engineering school or MSc, as well as good general knowledge of electronics.
- Using complex numbers and complex plans
- Basic operations on matrices, conjugation transposition
Research Engineer at the Electromagnetism and Radar Department at ONERA-DEMR, Toulouse.
- Passive circuits
- Line theory and guided-wave theory
- Smith diagram - Current wave guide
- Various TEM lines
- Obstacles in guides and lines
- Hexapole and circulator S matrices
- Octopoles and couplers
- Hybrid junctions and magic tees
- Hyperfrequency device technology
- Circuits using microstrips
- Microwave filters
- Active devices and use of semiconductors
- RF reception chain
- Noise in hyperfrequency amplifiers
- Use of diodes and transistors
- PIN diode switch and phase shifters
- Ferrite devices
- Use of vacuum tubes
Scheduled in French:
TOULOUSE: 7 to 11 december 2020
(Initialy scheduled 16 to 20 March 2020)
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€2,260 excluding tax (20% VAT)