Created by the one of industry's leading professional trainers and offered in two parts, these highly practical six-CD-ROM sets (six one-hour discs for each part) clearly explain, step by step, the fundamentals of RF circuit design. Part I focuses on the basics of high-frequency analogue circuit design, including coverage of important RF concepts, lumped-element component models, transmission line fundamentals and the Smith chart.
Serving as a continuation to Part I, or to be studied on its own, Part II covers more advanced topics such as microstrip transmission lines, combiners and dividers, broadband matching, active circuits and statistical analysis, and large-signal concepts. An alternative to traditional classroom instruction, "RF Circuit Fundamentals I and II" provide a cost-effective and convenient way to learn the important design concepts you need to know for your work in the field. System requirements: Windows 95/98/2000/NT; Pentium II 333 MHz or faster; 64 MB RAM; CD-ROM drive; sound card; Windows Media Player 7.1 or higher. Includes the book "Transmission Line Transformer" by Jerry Sevick.