Phelma Formation 2022

Passive and active circuits in high frequencies - 4PMRPDC5

  • Number of hours

    • Lectures 10.0
    • Projects 0
    • Tutorials 10.0
    • Internship 0
    • Laboratory works 28.0

    ECTS

    ECTS 2.0

Goal(s)

• Attractiveness distributed elements: operating principle,
• Design and use in millimeter communications systems.
• Know how to adapt and stabilize an amplifier out of its bandwidth BF
• Know how to determine the level of noise

Contact Tân-Phu VUONG, Jean Daniel ARNOULD

Content(s)

Contents of passive courses
• Chapter 1: Simple adaptation and double stubs, reminders on the Smith chart
• Chapter 2: Electromagnetic coupling, coupled lines
• Chapter 3: Filtering
• Chapter 4: Millimeter integrated / distributed baluns: power divider, hybrid coupler, rat-race
Contents of active courses
• Chapter 1: Adaptation amplifiers
• Chapter 2: Stability
• Chapter 3: Noise
• Chapter 4: Specific concepts for integrated structures
• Chapter 5: Changes to the millimeter
Content of Practical Teaching:
• TP 1: Measurements under advanced MIM capacitors, 8h (2X4h measures 5 + 1X4h ADS 10)
• TP 2 Filters periodic lines, 6h (1X2h 10 + TP roll 2, 3 and 4)
• TP 3: Adaptation and stabilization of an amplifier (ADS/Eduktika), 4h
• TP 4: Noise (tester), 4h



Prerequisites

Semiconductor physics, theoretical and practical approaches of electromagnetism (and guided propagation in free space, circuit analysis), design and modeling of integrated passive components

Test

DS 2h
TP 22h



(2/3)DS + (1/3)TP
Session 2 : remplacement de la note d'examen

Additional Information

Curriculum->Alternance MT->Semester 8