IoT Security

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About this Course

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About VNA

One of the most common measuring tasks in RF engineering involves analysis of circuits (networks). A network analyzer is an instrument that is designed to handle this job with great precision and efficiency. Circuits that can be analyzed using network analyzers range from simple devices such as filters and amplifiers to complex modules used in communications satellites.
A network analyzer is the most complex and versatile piece of test equipment in the field of RF engineering. It is used in applications in research and development and also for test purposes in production.

Course presenter Dr. Cynthia Furse 

 

The lectures are given by Dr. Cynthia Furse from the University of Utah.
Dr. Furse is a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Associate VP for Research at the University of Utah.

Transmission Lines-About this course

Transmission Lines - Video Lectures

These Videos where taken from YouTube video lectures presenting* the topic: “Transmission lines”.

The lectures are given by Dr. Cynthia Furse from the University of Utah.
Dr. Furse is a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Associate VP for Research at the University of Utah.

All the lectures are excellent, easily understandable and they make things easy.
Thanks a lot to Dr. Furse, and the university, for sharing this knowledge

Impedance Matching-About this Course

Impedance Matching - Video Lectures

These Videos where taken from YouTube video lectures presenting* the topic: “Impedance Matching”.

The lectures are given by Dr. Cynthia Furse from the University of Utah.
Dr. Furse is a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Associate VP for Research at the University of Utah.

All the lectures are excellent, easily understandable and they make things easy.
Thanks a lot to Dr. Furse, and the university, for sharing this knowledge

Smith Chart-About this Course

The Smith Chart - Video Lectures

These Videos where taken from YouTube video lectures presenting* the topic: “The Smith Chart”.

The lectures are given by Dr. Cynthia Furse from the University of Utah.
Dr. Furse is a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Associate VP for Research at the University of Utah.

All the lectures are excellent, easily understandable and they make things easy.
Thanks a lot to Dr. Furse, and the university, for sharing this knowledge

About RFIC Course

This course introduce practice considerations for design and analyze direct conversion transceiver for RFIC based applications. Direct conversion transceiver is the most popular
architecture today for RFIC implementation, where low cost and low current solutions are required. This paper analyzes the in-band and out-bands performance of the transmitter chain and receiver chain for optimum SNR (both TX & RX), ACPR (TX) and immunity from interference (RX).

Course Outline

  • INTRODUCTION

  • DIRECT CONVERSION TRANSMITTER

  • TRANSMITTER IN-BAND SNR

  • TRANSMITTER ACPR

  • DIRECT CONVERSION RECEIVER

  • RECEIVER IN-BAND SNR

  • RECEIVER IMMUNITY AGAINST INTERFERENCE

  • SYNTHESIZER PULLING AND TOPOLOGY CONCIDERATION

About Spectrum Analysis Course

This course examines the theory of state-of-the-art spectrum analysis and describes how modern spectrum analyzers are designed and how they work.

Spectrum Analysis Course Outline

  • Correlation between the Time and Frequency Domains

  • Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) Analyzers

  • Analyzers that Use the Heterodyne Principle

  • Combining Both Implementation Approaches

About Non Linearity Effects Course

This course discusses the mechanisms of nonlinearities and describes the nonlinearity measurements

Non Linearity Effects Course Outline

  • Compression

  • Nonlinearities

  • Single-tone driving – harmonics

  • Two-tone driving – intermodulation

  • 2nd and 3rd order Intercept Points

  • Practical Implementation of Linearity Measurements

VNA-Course Syllabus

What measurements do we make?

  • Transmission-line basics
  • Reflection and transmission parameters
  • S-parameter definition

Network analyzer hardware

  • Signal separation devices
  • Detection types
  • Dynamic range
  • T/R versus S-parameter test sets

Error models and calibration

  • Types of measurement error
  • One- and two-port models
  • Error-correction choices
  • Basic uncertainty calculations

Example measurements

Course Syllabus

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