Upcoming Courses in San Jose

February 18th, 2015

Make plans for your 2015 training – the following courses are coming to San Jose, CA: March, 2015: EMI/EMC and Signal Integrity Boot Camp Mar 09-Mar 13, 2015 Course 249-4746 Presented by Arturo Mediano Register by 2/13/2015 and pay $1995, otherwise pay $2295 April, 2015: RF Power Amplifier Techniques Apr 20-Apr 23, 2015 Course 222-4740 […]

Costa Mesa, CA Courses Start March 2

February 2nd, 2015

Besser Associates courses are coming to Costa Mesa this March 2-6. This will be the only offering of public courses in the Los Angeles area for 2015. Let us know immediately if you are interested in any of the courses below by signing up online or sending an email to Antennas & Propagation for […]

Next Online RF Technology Certification Starts February 9, 2015

December 28th, 2014

Join the dozens of engineers and technicians who are already on their way to getting certified… Besser Associates is pleased to announce our new online RF Technology Certification™. This program has been designed for applications,  production, manufacturing engineers and technicians as well as other professionals who need to have a solid background in the fundamentals of […]

New Web Classroom Course: CMOS Power Amplifiers

December 5th, 2014

Until recently, power amplifiers have been considered the exclusive province of GaAs, GaN, Si LDMOS and other processes. Recently, there has been renewed interest in the use of CMOS for power amplifiers targeted at the mobile market. Aside from the potential to integrate the PA with the transceiver chip or front-end switch, the main driving […]

Web Classroom: Phase Noise and Jitter

October 30th, 2014

Timing-related problems associated with signal sources are one of the major bottlenecks in designing today’s highly complex systems. Over many decades, jitter has been extensively studied and utilized to characterize timing inaccuracies in both digital and analog systems. Conversely, phase noise has been exclusively used in RF systems to represent frequency or phase inaccuracy. For […]