VIRTUAL: Microwave Packaging Technology (2/2/2021 – 2/4/2021)
WHEN: February 2-4, 2021 (3 Sessions)
|Tuesday, 2/2:||12pm – 2:00pm EDT|
|Wednesday, 2/3:||12pm – 2:00pm EDT|
|Thursday, 2/4:||12pm – 2:00pm EDT|
Instructor: Thomas Green
Microwave Hybrids, MICs, RF MMIC modules all require a unique set of materials and processes necessary to achieve reliable operations in extreme military and commercial environments, such as next generation 5G modules. This three-day course examines all aspects of microwave packaging from a practical perspective. The instructor shares valuable lessons learned from years of experience. Design issues, material tradeoffs, process selection are all covered in detail with the goal of imparting useful information to the students so they can return to the work place better equipped to assemble and manufacture reliable microwave hybrids for military, space and other hi reliability commercial and medical device applications. Click here to see the full outline.
The course is intended as an introductory to intermediate level course for process engineers, designers, quality engineers, and managers responsible for design and manufacture of microwave hybrids.