RF Design Architecture of Receiver Transmitter & Transceiver
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RF Design Architecture of Receiver Transmitter & Transceiver

​RF System Design for Wireless systems​ RAHRF409 Radio Frequency Transceiver System Design Course Rahsoft RF Certificate
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Last updated 10/2019
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This course includes
  • 8 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • At the end of this course you would have a complete understanding of different blocks of Transmitter, Receiver and Transceiver and would have a deep understanding on what is needed in order to design , characterize and analyze a Transmitter, Receiver or a Transceiver. This course is a unique online course which the instructor has described the contend using images and motion figures in a way that students will gain deep fundamental understanding needed on designing blocks which end up in used for products like transceivers, WLAN , Bluetooth and GPS modules
Requirements
  • RAHRF101
  • RAHRF201
  • The RAHRF101 and RAHRF201 or a complete understanding of RF fundamentals. S
Description

RAHRF409 is a complete Receiver, Transmitter and Transceiver Architecture Design course which discussed different blocks in designing Receiver, Transmitter and Transceiver and the characteristics of each design and different approaches. Various examples are provided in the course. At the end of the course the student would have a deep understanding of the topic and is able to view , understand and analyse Transceiver blocks.

Please note this course has pre-Requisite of RAHRF101 and RAHRF201. We recommend students take those two previous courses before starting this course. This course is counted as a core course in Rahsoft RF Certificate.

Who this course is for:
  • RF Design Engineers
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Communication Engineers
  • Hardware Engineers
  • Radio Frequency enthusiasts
  • RFIC Engineers
  • Semiconductor Professionals
  • Wireless Design Engineers
Course content
Expand all 60 lectures 07:50:58
+ Receiver
42 lectures 05:43:04
Receiver and Down Conversion
02:54
Q1
1 question
GSM Band Example
00:52
Down Converison by mixing
07:07
Q2
1 question
Summary 1
03:36
Heterodyne Receiver simulation
06:27
Image Problem
11:15
Q3
1 question
Removing Image
09:05
Image rejection Vs Channel Selection
05:32
Dual Conversion
06:39
Q4
1 question
Summary 2
05:26
Dual Conversion Rx features
09:47
Dual Conversion Rx Pros and Cons
11:23
Secondary Image and Zero IF
08:38
Q5
1 question
Zero Second IF Summary
02:38
Q6
1 question
Quadrature signals
10:41
Quadrature Down conversion
09:19
Q7
1 question
Zero IF Heterodyne Rx
06:26
Sliding IF Receivers
14:49
Sliding IF receivers
06:42
Sliding IF receivers Example 1
06:46
Sliding IF receivers Example 2
09:46
Direct Conversion receivers
06:30
FSK Receiver
09:42
Drawbacks of Direct Conversion Receivers – LO Leakage
09:36
Drawbacks of Direct Conversion Recievers – DC Offset
05:56
Solving DC Offset
14:29
Drawbacks of Direct Conversion Receivers – Even Order Distortion
03:09
Drawbacks of Direct Conversion Receivers – Flicker Noise
10:31
Drawbacks of Direct Conversion receivers – Flicker Noise Example 1
04:14
Drawbacks of Direct Conversion receivers – Flicker Noise Example 2
07:52
I/Q mismatch
12:54
90 degree phase shift
06:01
Implementing 90 degree phase shift
17:26
Image Reject Receivers
10:27
Hartley Receiver 1
10:14
RC-CR Network
07:16
Implementing 90 shift in Hartley receiver
11:17
Example: Dual Band Receiver with Weaver Architecture, Prof B. Razavi's Paper
09:11
Duel Band Receiver Example
06:45
Low IF Receivers
09:31
+ Transmitter
10 lectures 01:31:56
Analog Transmitter Examples
05:15
Direct Conversion Transmitters
07:59
Transmitter Design Challenges
07:45
I/Q mismatch example
07:49
Carrier Leakage
08:37
Transmitter Linearity
07:34
Oscillator Pulling
07:10
Solution for Oscillator Pulling
18:02
Heterodyne Tx
13:47
+ Transciever
5 lectures 34:13
Introduction to Transceiver
03:58
Time Division Duplexing (TDD)
09:39
Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD)
08:12
Time Division Duplexing VS Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD VS TDD)
08:01
Transceiver Example, Drawbacks of Direct Conversion in RX
04:23