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Microwave Engineering Division

Microwave Engineering Division provides students with knowledge for detailed understanding of systems, and specifically for design of devices that operate at frequencies up to several hundreds gigahertz. The core courses of the division are:

Microwave Engineering

Introduction to basic features, equations, and engineering concepts of passive and active components and circuits for frequencies 0.3-300 GHz. Training students to solve simpler practical tasks and identify paths for solving more complicated problems. Provide knowledge required as the basis for subsequent microwave-engineering courses. More>> (PDF 127 kB)

Antennas and Propagation

Introduction to the basic theory of transmitting and receiving antennas and basic theory of propagation of waves, as required by modern telecommunications. Basic antenna measurements. Overview of software for antenna design. After completion of the course student will be able to identify, formulate, and solve basic problems in area of antennas and propagation of radio waves. More>> (PDF 110 kB)

Software Tools for Antenna Design

Introduction to the most important software tools for 3D electromagnetic modeling. The focus of the course is on the individual design of antennas and scatterers. More>> (PDF 122 kB)

Software Tools in Microwave Engineering

Introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD) of microwave circuits with software tools that are used in microwave industry. Training for computer simulation of microwave circuits and devices in a number of software tools. Mastering methods for design of microwave circuits and devices using various microwave software. More>> (PDF 122 kB)

Microwave Measurements

Training for work with measuring equipment used in microwave and antenna measurements. Learning software techniques for data acquisition. Introducing basic microwave and antenna measurements. More>> (PDF 153 kB)

Passive Microwave Circuits

Introduction to basics and engineering concepts of passive microwave devices and subsystems. Train the students to design simple microwave passive components and subsystems. Provide the students with the ability to analyze and design microwave components and subsystems by the use of s-parameters. More>> PDF 106 kB)

Microwave Electronics

Provide students with hands-on experience in analysis and design of typical real-world microwave electronic circuits, with emphasis on training in efficient, perceptive and competent utilization of modern CAD tools. Define the basic concepts of essential active microwave components, solid-state devices and tubes. Explain the major characteristics of operation of devices at microwave frequencies and describe their models. Present a unified treatment of the analysis and design of microwave amplifiers, oscillators and mixers using scattering parameters techniques. Provide students with the ability to categorize and analyze typical microwave electronic circuits, to design active microwave systems, to critically evaluate trade-offs between the design goals (e.g., gain, noise, VSWR, and stability), to obtain solutions that yield optimal performance, to manufacture physical prototypes, and to measure relevant parameters to verify design validity. More>> (PDF 131 kB)

Electromagnetic Compatibility

Introduction to problems of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) that are encountered in practice, as well as engineering solutions to these problems. Training for computer simulation of circuits and devices with respect to EMC. Mastering methods for design of circuits and devices that satisfy EMC requirements. Training for experimental testing of devices with respect to EMC requirements. More>> (PDF 123 kB)

Optimization Algorithms in Engineering

Introduction to the theory of optimization problems in engineering. Black-box optimization problems (for which no a-priori knowledge is available) are the focus of this course. Detailed explanation of optimization algorithms commonly used in engineering practice. Training for practical applications of optimization algorithms in engineering problems and scientific research. More>> (PDF 130 kB)

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