Microwave Engineering

Institute of Robust Power Semiconductor Systems

You will learn to analyse microwave networks and understand how linear and non-linear circuits like low-noise amplifiers, broadband amplifiers and power amplifiers work. The lecture language is English.

The lectures "Microwave Engineering" will be offered as weekly as a face-to-face course according to the currently valid hygiene concept of the University of Stuttgart. The lecture is simultaneously broadcast as a live online course on the Internet (hybrid event). A login for participation in the web conferences will be made available on ILIAS. The live event will be recorded and made available for download as video file via ILIAS. In addition to the recordings, all lecture material such as scripts, slides, exercises and standard solutions, as well as examples of former exams will be made available for download through ILIAS. 


Course of studies

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering University of Stuttgart

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering (EENG), Universität Stuttgart

M.Sc.INFOTECH (Information Technology) University of Stuttgart

Date of lecture Thursday, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Date of seminar Thursday, 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm
Language English

Lecture: PWR 07 - V 7.04 and online via webex, more information at ILIAS

Exercise: online via webex, more information at ILIAS

  • The Millimeterwave Spectrum: MMIC Applications and Technologies
  • Microwave Network Analysis
  • Building Elements of MMICs
  • Planar Transmission Line Theory
  • Linear Circuits I: Low-Noise Amplifiers
  • Linear Circuits II: Broadband Amplifiers
  • Nonlinear Circuits I: Power Amplifiers
  • Nonlinear Circuits II: Frequency Multiplication
  • Nonlinear Circuits III: Switches
  • Nonlinear Circuits IV: Frequency Mixing
  • Nonlinear Circuits V: Frequency Generation (Oscillators)
  • Multi-Functional Circuits: Receivers and Transmitters
SWS 4+2
Exam Oral


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Benjamin Schoch


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