Welcome to the course Microwave Engineering II
This course is closed. Thank you all for your participation.
After learning the basics of microwave engineering, you can now apply your knowledge and start designing real microwave components and radio systems.
Radio systems consist of passive and active components (such as filters, couplers,
microstrip-lines, amplifiers, mixers, oscillators etc.) which need to be combined properly (remember especially the topic impedance matching)
and evaluated for their performance (losses, non-linear effects,
noise). In this course you discuss and practise the design of passive and
components. You will carry out computer-aided component design
assignments using AWR Design Enviroment software, which facilitate the
design of a small radio system that is part of your final project. The
AWR software (v. 16) is available in the PC
classes in Maarintie 8
(rooms "1174 TU4" and "1621 AS5") and in Maarintalo (room "219") - which are accessible both physically as well as through https://vdi.aalto.fi/*. Alternatively, students can download and install AWR to their own PC, along with a 180-day student license, from https://awrcorp.com/register/customer.aspx?univ (please mention prof. V. Viikari in the form). (*To access the workstations in the above mentioned PC classes please follow the instructions by the university found at https://www.aalto.fi/en/services/remote-access-to-windows-classroom-computers.)
Lecture slides for the first contact-session on March 21, 2022.
You return your exercise answers during one of the contact sessions. Each student presents his/her answers (one problem at a time) to one of the course teachers. Based on this discussion, the teacher decides the number of points for the exercise. Grading criteria and a checklist for preparing your problem answers can be found in the attached PDF file, please read!
General discussion for everyone