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2019/2020

Microwave Measurement Methods

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17MM1 Z,ZK 4 2+2s
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Department of Electromagnetic Field
Synopsis:

The subject covers problems of basic measurement methods applied in frequency band 100 MHz - 100 GHz. Lines. Smith chart. Frequency, wavelength, power, attenuation, Q factor, impedance, WSVR, reflection and transmission coefficient, noise, spectrum, active and nonlinear circuit measurements.

Requirements:
Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction, basic principles of microwave measurements

2. Scattering parameters, transformation along line

3. Basic microwave lines, connectors, match loads

4. Directional couplers, resonant circuits

5. Microwave wide band and tuned detectors

6. Measurement of frequency and wavelenght

7. Power measurement

8. Attenuation measurement

9. Measurement of impedance, VSWR, reflection and transmission

10. Quality factor measurement

11. Microwave signals analysis, microwave oscillators

12. Noise parameters measurement

13. Material parameters measurement

14. Measurement of nonlinear circuits

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. The basic microwave measurement components

2. The basic micr. measurement devices - signal generator, power meter

3. Waveguide slotted - line measurement, transmission measurement methods

4. Microwave detector calibration

5. Corrected measurement of the microwave waveguide components

6. Analog scalar analyzer

7. Computer controlled scalar analyzer

8. Transmission and reflection measurements of passive coaxial components

9. Transmission and reflection measurements of active coaxial components

10. Six port vector measurements

11. Measurement of passive RLC components; modelling

12. Analog 10 MHz - 18 GHz spectrum analyzer

13. Measurements of generators, frequency multipliers and mixers

14. Measurement records inspection, credit

Study Objective:
Study materials:

[1] Bailey, A. E.: Microwave Measurement. Peter Peregrinus, London 1985

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