Normally, these are for subscribers to EETimes, which is targeted at electronics engineers, but I’m sure they wouldn’t mind if a few hams snuck in……..Dan
Fundamentals of the RF Transmission and Reception of Digital Signals
Wednesday, September 14, 2011; 1600Z
Digital Modulation is an important topic forRF designers because most modern day transceivers transmit and receive digitally modulated data. In this webcast, part of ADI’s continuing FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN series we will introduce you to the challenges—and solutions—for digital modulation. This webcast is a great way for beginners to get introduced to this vital communications standard or for veteran RF designers learn what’s new in the field. Some of the topics to be discussed will include:
What is the physical transition that happens to digital modulation when it is transmitted into the air?
What RF components are used for transmitting and receiving digital modulation? What are the key parameters in RF parts used in modern day transceivers and why are they important?
What type of digital modulation is there and how does the type of modulation affect the RF components key parameters?
Who should attend?
Students and engineers new to the field of RF Communications, as well as those more experienced engineers looking for a refresher on this topic.
Larry Hawkins, Business Development Manager, RF Group, ADI
Larry Hawkins works at ADI in the RF Group as a Business Development Manager. He has previously worked as an Applications Engineer and in RF Communications Design. Larry has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, specializing in RF from the University of Utah. He has authored and presented many technical papers and seminars.