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Course Name
Turkish Mikrodalga Sistem Mühendisliği
English Microwave System Engineering
Course Code
TEL 509E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester -
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Selçuk Paker
Course Objectives I- Gain the concepts used in the radio communications
II- Determine the RF system blocks
III- Investigate the noise, interference and distortion effects in RF systems
IV- Gain the ability of designing and analyzing of RF transmission systems, radars, remote
sensing and other microwave systems.
Course Description Radio communications; system concepts, propagation and noise.
Passive and active components used in transmitters and receivers: Transmisson lines, matching
circuits, microwave filters. Amplifiers, oscillators and other active components.
Noise and non-linear distortion. Interference and intermodulation effects.
Downconverter design. Modulators and demodulators in RF systems.
Active and passive microwave network analysis and design. Antennas, RF link parameters and
channel modelling. RF link design. Space and frequency diversity systems and combiners used
in RF links. RF components for wireless and Ultra Wideband systems Radar and radiometer
systems. System design examples: GPS and satellite systems.
Course Outcomes M.Sc./Ph.D. students who successfully pass this course gain knowledge, skill and competency in the
following subjects;
I- To define systems in radio communication
II- To solve the transmission line problems and to apply impedance matching techniques.
III- To design filters and active microwave components / circuits.
IV- To understand modern transmitter and receiver structures and design principles.
V- To design fixed, mobile and satellite RF links
Pre-requisite(s)
Required Facilities
Other
Textbook 1. Michael STEER, Microwave and RF Design : A System Approach, Scitech
Publishing, Inc. 2009.
2. Grigorios KALIVAS, Digital Radio System Design, John-Wiley, 2009.
Other References
 
 
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