|Date||29 Nov - 01 Dec 2021|
|Course Name||RF and High Speed Board Design: Fundamentals and Practice|
|No. of Days||3|
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A group discount will be awarded if a group of 3 or more participants register. The fees will be lowered to $2,500 per pax.
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RF boards have gained a reputation for being mysterious. They require additional tuning, as simulation tools and models are unable to accurately deliver an operational board after fabrication during tuning. This course will introduce the techniques needed for RF and high-speed digital board design.
By building from a foundation of RF fundamentals, participants will be able to develop an understanding of both the components attached to the board and the interconnection between them. It is necessary to have thought through potential issues before embarking on the design and to have the right access on the board to debug such issues. Approaches to characterization, testing, and debug will be covered in the course, allowing the student to plan for board bring-up. Above all, any board design must go through a thorough design review process. Students successfully complete this course will be able to undertake all the stages of a successful board design and successful board bring-up.