Introduction to some of the fundamentals of radio frequency engineering required for basic antenna design.
Course Start Date: May 6th, 2021 - Tickets
Classes are Tuesdays 6:30-8:00pm EDT
Prerequisites: Some basic electrical engineering knowledge in electromagnetic fields and circuits would be helpful, though not required.
Software/ hardware: None
Certificate: HackadayU is proud to offer a Certificate of Completion for this course. Students will complete a series of quizzes to receive a badge.
About the instructor:
Karen Rucker is a spacecraft radio frequency engineer with a background in antenna design.
She has a B.S. in electrical engineering, focused in microwave and antenna design.
She holds an amateur extra radio class license and has given numerous talks on amateur radio topics, such as 3D printing antennas.
Introduction to radio frequency engineering for antennas. Topics covered will be, but are not limited to: electromagnetic waves, impedance matching, polarization, gain, and frequency bands.
Introduction to antenna testing. Topics covered will be, but are not limited to: the far field, VSWR, network analyzers, and s-parameters.
Introduction to wire antenna design. Topics covered will be, but are not limited to: dipoles, helixes, and yagis.
Introduction to planar antenna design. Topics covered will be, but are not limited to: slots, patches, and vivaldis.
Introduction to microwave antenna design. Topics covered will be, but are not limited to: horns, reflectors, waveguides and microwave frequencies.
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