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Need advice about gaining RF experience

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Hi All,

I need your advice and comments about how to start gaining experience in the field of RF electronics design.
My background is B.Sc. in EE & 3 years of antenna engineering & design of all types. However, I do feel the lack of RF circuitary/electronics design knowledge sometimes.
What would you suggest me to do to start gathering this experience?
I'd appreciate any comments or advices.

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Re: Need adivce about gaining RF experience

hi all,

I do have 2years of experience in designing antennas.But I dont have good knowledge in RF Circuits.

Pl give some suggestion from where we can learn RF Circuit design.
 

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Need adivce about gaining RF experience

u need to begin reading some books about RF design

begin with the 2 books of less besser
APractical Rf Circuit Design for Modern Wireless systems , they are 2 parts , and then move to more advaced books

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Thanks khouly,

I have D.M. Pozar's "Microwave Engineering" book. Do you think it's ok too?
Also, I have access to a lab with some "spare parts" from past projects.
I was thinking it'll be helpfull for me to build some elementary/simple circuits and perform some common measurements.
What do you think? Do you have ideas?

Thanks,
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