educational courses, electrical engineering education, frequency shift keying, further education, microstrip components, microwave receivers, radio receivers, student experiments, wireless LAN
This paper describes a wireless local area network laboratory project that provides senior and first-year graduate students in microwave engineering courses the opportunity to design, build, and test several passive microstrip components and integrate them into a working system. Students design filters, couplers, amplifiers, diode detectors, quarter-wave transformers, antennas, and stub matching networks in weekly labs that parallel-lectures in a one-semester microwave engineering course. This paper also describes simple inexpensive prototyping and testing methods that have been used in this course. Laboratory materials and technical details of the design are provided on the web for students and educators.
Original Publication Citation
Furse, C., R. J. Woodward, and M. A. Jensen. "Laboratory Project in Wireless FSK Receiver Design." Education, IEEE Transactions on 47.1 (24): 18-25
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Jensen, Michael A.; Fuse, Cynthia; and Woodward, Raymond, "Laboratory project in wireless FSK receiver design" (2004). Faculty Publications. 455.
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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