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Monolithic Microwave IC Design

This module imparts a general overview of monolithic microwave IC (MMIC) design techniques, design tools and models as well as practical design exercises. Students will also deal with substrate properties, packaging parasites and their influence on MMIC design and fundamental building blocks.

Zertifikat
Ingenieurwissenschaften
Blended Learning mit Präsenzphasen

ECTS: 6

Beginn: 29th of april
Frist: 15th of March
Ort: Ulm University
Entgelt: 990
Gebühr nach Immatrikulation: 1170

Modul-ID: UU-Z-MMIC

Sprache: englisch

Content

  • General overview of monolithic microwave IC (MMIC) design techniques
  • MMIC design tools and models
  • Substrate properties, packaging parasitics, and their impact on MMIC design
  • Fundamental building blocks:
    • Amplifiers (low-noise, wideband, power)
    • Artificial transmission lines and distributed circuit topologies
    • Mixers
    • Oscillators
    • Frequency multipliers and dividers
    • Phase shifters and vector modulators

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Wissenschaftlicher Leiter

Dozenten

Zielgruppe

Graduates with a Bachelor’s degree

Lernsetting

The online part of the study programme takes place in self-study and in the form of group work. For the self-study part of the programme, video lectures with detailed information about the contents and an elaborated script are offered. The script has been developed especially for extra-occupational learners in regard to the didactic concept of Ulm University. It contains breaks for independent study, multiple and single choice tests, quizzes, exercises, etc.

Your mentor will offer online seminars in periodic intervals. These seminars will help you to handle the exercises and work on the learning topics.

An online forum for exchange with the other students will also be available.

Voraussetzungen

For successful participation in this module it is important to know the principles of Analog Circuit Design and Radio Frequency Engineering as well as fundamental knowledge of transistor function (pHEMT, MOSFET, BJT).

Verantwortliche Durchführung

Universität Ulm

Die School of Advanced Professional Studies (SAPS) ist Ihr Ansprechpartner für Ihre berufsbegleitende wissenschaftliche Weiterbildung an der Universität Ulm. Wir bieten berufsbegleitende Master-Studiengänge als Weiterqualifizierung und einzelne Module der Master-Studiengänge als Zertifikatskurse für eine Vertiefung in einem Fachbereich an.