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The paper describes a course on microwave engineering addressed to undergraduate students. It focuses on the technology of discrete RF and microwave circuit design. Presenting a whole range of problems from the transmission line theory to amplifier and generator design, the course is placing emphasis on the differences amongst the lower-frequency design methodologies (and architectures) and microwave ones. Special stress is put on the use of CAD software as an excellent aid in self-learning. Drawing students in to a survey of the technical periodicals may be regarded as a new initiative.