The lab course 'Microwave Circuit Design: CAD & Lab' will be offered as on-site course with physical presence of students on the premises of ILH. The central hygiene concept of the University of Stuttgart will be applied. The lab course takes place as weekly event during the lecture term from November to February. The lecturer reserves the right to change the mode of organization in order to comply with the prevailing frame conditions for on-site courses.
|Course of studies||M.Sc. Electrical Engineering and Information Technology University of Stuttgart|
The aim of this Fachpraktikum is to deepen theoretical knowledge in the fields of high-frequency circuit design and analog circuit design. For this purpose, the design cycle of an analog microwave frontend for wireless point-to-point communication systems will be covered. Students will use a state-of-the-art CAD environment and a current semiconductor process to design and simulate monolithically integrated microwave circuits. In the laboratory, the metrological characterization of individual circuit components as well as the assembly and measurement of a wireless point-to-point data link is carried out.
Design and layout of circuit components
Characterization in the laboratory
|Number of participants||max. 8 participants|
Registration for the Fachpraktikum is organized via C@MPUS.
|Kick-Off||11.11.2020 (14:00 - 17:00 Hours)
Room 1.160 (ILH, 1st floor)
Pfaffenwaldring 47, Universität Stuttgart, Campus Vaihingen
|SWS / Credits
||4 SWS in the winter term / 6 ECTS|
|Exam||The grade of the Fachpraktikum is based on general methods of working, preparation to the sessions as well as the detailed report and the final presentation.|
|Contact||M.Sc. Dominik Wrana|