2015 İKİNCİ YARIYIL EĞİTİM TAKVİMİ

Kurs No                :  ATE-08

Tarih                     : 7-9 Aralık 2015

Son Kayıt Tarihi  : 5 Kasım 2015

Yer                        : JW Marriott Hotel Ankara
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(07-09 Aralık 2015)
Why should you choose the Antenna Training Course?

Antenna Training Course covers all aspects of Engineering, Theory, Analysis and Design covers all the necessary topics related to antenna theory and antenna array theory.

Learn about a wide variety of antenna concepts and propagation topics. Antenna Training Course is both a theory course and a hands-on course where all the attendees will make their own antennas (All the material and equipments for testing will be provided.). Attendees will learn about the basic RF and antenna theory, propagation, antenna design technical considerations, antenna types and RF safety fundamentals.

In Antenna Training Course, the students will learn how to apply the leaned topics in practice. Antenna Training Course discusses electromagnetic radiation and antenna characteristics such as impedance, VSWR, radiation pattern, polarization, gain, and efficiency.

New topics includes smart antennas, Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO), Software Defined Radio (SDR), Cognitive Radio (CR), and fractal antennas, along with the latest applications in Wireless and Mobile communications along with Java animations, applets, and MATLAB features.

Learn the theory and practice of antenna engineering including the basic operation of antenna, antenna types, applications, and physical properties from basic to state-of-the-art.

Antenna training topics also include radomes, materials, modeling and simulation, and measurement techniques are discussed.  In addition, Antenna Training Course also provides the necessary tools for analyzing complex antennas and for designing new ones in the hands-on sessions. There is also a session on vector algebra, including gradient, divergence and curl operation.

Antenna Training covers spectrum of frequencies from 550 kHz to 550 GHz, including  VHF, UHF, and microwave regions: communications and radar, commercial, and military applications.

Course Book: Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design, 3rd Edition by Constantine A. Balanis (Arizona State Univ.)

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of Antenna Engineering training course, the attendees will

Understand the basics theory behind antennas and antenna theory
Discuss the mathematical and physical background that is needed to understand electromagnetic radiation and antennas
Describe antenna radiation and antenna parameters
Master basic definitions of antenna including radiation, gain, bandwidth, directivity, efficiency, effective area, pattern, impedance, antenna noise temperature, and polarization of antennas for wireless communications
Understand the operation of a wide range of antenna types
Carry out planning, calculation and design of a wide range of antenna types
Select antenna types for specific applications and systems
Learn to measure antenna performance on a variety of antenna measurement facility types
Explore new antenna concepts such as smart antenna, Phased-Array, MIMO and MU-MIMO

Course Content


Fundamentals of Antennas

Antenna Terminology
Antenna Basics
Theory and practice of antenna engineering
Popular antenna types
Antenna applications and electromagnetic properties
Spectrum of frequencies: 550 kHz to 550 GHz
VHF, UHF and microwave regions.
Mobile communications
Radar
Military applications.
Radiation
Electromagnetic wave propagation
Power flow
Maxwell equation basics
Plane wave propagation in space
Antenna directivity, power gain and efficiency
Components, Construction and Cost
Modeling and Simulation of Antennas
Near-Field Antenna Measurement Techniques
Far-Field Antenna Measurements
Near-Field Antenna Measurements

Why do Antennas Radiate?

Radiowave Propagation
Antenna Function
Size and Directivity
Gain and Frequency
Physics and Applications
Transformation of a guided EM wave
Transmission line
Radiator
Resonator
Radiation Pattern
Antenna Gain
Antenna Polarization
Antenna Parameters
Antenna Bandwidth and Gain
Effective Area or Aperture
Intended and  Unintended Radiators
Antenna Materials
Antenna Synthesis and Continuous Sources
Basic Antenna Properties
Bandwidth
Frequency Bands
Field Regions
Directivity
Efficiency and Antenna Gain
Beamwidths and Sidelobes
Impedance and VSWR
Radiation Pattern
How to read Radiation Patterns
Effect of Polarization
Computational Methods for Antennas
Computer Modeling of Antennas
Current and Voltage Distribution

Types of Antennas

Aperture Antennas
Antenna Arrays
Resonant antennas
Traveling wave antennas
Frequency Independent antennas
Aperture antennas Phased arrays
Electrically small antennas
Circularly polarized antennas
Antenna Miniaturization and Fractal Antennas

Physics of Different Antenna Types

Helical Antennas
Helical Antennas
Horn Antennas
Linear Wire Antennas
Log Periodic Dipole Arrays
Loop Antennas
Low-Noise Antennas
Microstrip Antennas
MIMO
Mobile Antennas
Phased Array Technology
Spiral Antennas
Traveling Wave and Broadband Antennas
VHF and UHF Antennas
Broadband Dipoles and Matching Techniques
Cellular Base Station Antennas
Dipoles and Monopoles
Radar Antennas
Reflector Antennas

Fundamental Parameters of Antennas

Antenna Radiation Efficiency
Antenna Temperature
Antenna Vector Effective Length and Equivalent Areas
Bandwidth
Beam Efficiency
Beamwidth
Gain
Impedance and Impedance Matching
Integral Equations, Moment Method, and Self and Mutual Impedance
Directivity
Maximum Directivity and Maximum Effective Area
Numerical Techniques
Polarization
Propagation Effects
Radiation Integrals and Auxiliary Potential Functions
Radiation Intensity
Radiation Pattern
Radiation Power Density
Radomes
Reciprocity
Smith Charts
Antenna Temperature
Design Considerations

Linear Wire Antennas

Infinitesimal Dipole
Small Dipole
Region Separation
Finite Length Dipole
Half-Wavelength Dipole
Linear Elements Near or on Infinite Perfect Conductors
Ground Effects
Computer Codes

Building Loop Antennas

Small Circular Loop
Circular Loop of Constant Current
Ground and Earth Curvature Effects
Polygonal Loop Antennas
Ferrite Loop
Mobile Communication Systems

Building Arrays Antennas

Linear, Planar, and Circular
Two-Element Array
Design Procedure
Rectangular-to-Polar Graphical Solution
Superdirectivity
Planar Array
Circular Array

Introduction to Smart Antenna

Antenna Arrays
Phased Array Antennas
MIMO and MU-MIMO Concepts
Antenna Testing and Measurements
Antenna Measurement Techniques
Phased Array Antennas for Radar and Communications
Phased Array Antennas and Adaptive Techniques


Who Should Attend

Engineers
Scientists
Managers
Technicians
Operators
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