Seamless System Design of RF Transceivers and Antennas for Wireless Systems
Wireless engineers are pursuing 5G and other advanced technologies to achieve gigabit data rates, ubiquitous coverage, and massive connectivity for many applications such as IoT and V2X. The need to improve performance and coexist with multiple communications standards and devices while reducing the overall area and power imposes challenging requirements on RF front ends. Gaining an insight into such complex systems and performing architectural analysis and tradeoffs require a design model that includes DSP, RF, antenna and channel, as well as impairments.
In this talk, you will learn how to model antenna arrays and integrate them in RF front ends for the development of wireless communications, including:
- Analyzing the performance of antennas with arbitrary geometry
- Performing array analysis by computing coupling among antenna elements
- Modeling the architecture of RF front ends
- Developing baseband and RF beamforming algorithms
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