Technology & Networking in Silicon Valley & the SF Bay Area: Upcoming Meetings, Courses and Conferences
WEDNESDAY May 30, 2012
SCV Circuits and Systems Chapter
Speaker: Steve H. Wong, Acting Assistant Professor, Stanford University
Time: Networking/Light Dinner at 6:30 PM; presentation at 7:00 PM
Cost: $2 donation for food
Place: QualComm Santa Clara, Building B, 3165 Kifer Road, Santa Clara
RSVP: from website
It is now at a fascinating time in the history of the wireless communications. Numerous wireless communications systems have been successfully developed in recent years. Wireless devices such as cell phones, tablets, laptops, Bluetooth earphones, game pad controllers, GPS receivers and security sensors are very common in our daily life. They require different kinds of antennas with different characteristics for enhancing their performance in connectivity, stability and data rate. Modern antenna designs are required to be small in size and wide in bandwidth, which are contradicting requirements, as governed by the well-known Chu’s limit. This seminar provides participants with comprehensive coverage of a wide variety of small antenna designs related to mobile communications, satellite communications, and millimeter wave applications. The development of small antennas for modern wireless communications with different generic antenna technologies will be given. Major milestones, design challenges and perspectives will be discussed.
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