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RF Design in the Classroom

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2 Author(s)
Richard Campbell ; Analog Devices Northwest Labs, 1100 NW Compton Drive, Beaverton, Oregon 97006, USA. ; Robert H. Caverly

Few electrical engineering students arrive on campus with the basic skills needed to turn a concept into working hardware that solves a problem. Even university seniors typically have had few opportunities to practice design; that is, given a constrained set of tools, skills, and components, create, evaluate, and implement a unique solution to a particular problem or to address a particular need. The Portland State approach has been to separate the wireless RF functions from the need for digital hardware.

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IEEE Microwave Magazine  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 4 )