Microwave antennas and passive components are the backbones of wireless communications and remote sensing. Basic knowledge of microwave components is essential to develop a reliable wireless communication system and monitoring of earth resources using remote sensing.
This course attempts to provide refreshing of the fundamentals as well as recent developments in the field of microwave antennas and passive components for various applications. Detail design steps of the microwave antennas and passive components, starting from textbook knowledge to implementation using commercial full-wave simulators in different planar printed circuit board guiding structures will be discussed.
Special emphasize will be given on the planar microwave antennas including antennas for 5G applications, reconfigurable antennas, substrate integrated waveguide technology. The course is also developed to provide the basics of the remote sensing techniques to undertake research in this exciting and challenging area for earth resource monitoring.
The course will include lectures and practical sessions. Following topics to be covered in the course:
- Microwave Active and Passive Devices
- Applications of Microwave/Millimeter Wave
- Millimeter Wave Packaging
- Massive MIMO Antennas for 5G
- Reconfigurable Antennas
- Modeling and Simulation of Passive Devices using ANSYS HFSS
- Metasurfaces/Frequency Selective Surfaces as Radar Absorbing Structure
- Principles of Remote Sensing,
- Spectral Characteristics of Earth’s Surface
- Bistatic Scatterometer Measurements
- Measurement Techniques
Who can Attend?
Faculty members of University/ Engineering Colleges approved by AICTE working in the departments of Electronics/Electrical Engineering and Applied and Pure Physics/ other interested department are eligible to attend the course.
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