Oregon Tech Students Readily Learn RF/Wireless Design Using NI AWR Software


Oregon Institute of Technology Assistant Professor Aaron Sher has developed a breadth of computer-aided design assignments using NI AWR Design Environment to support technical learning objectives for the RF and wireless engineering and electromagnetics (EM) classes. The integration between Microwave Office circuit design software and AXIEM 3D planar EM analysis software provides Prof. Sher’s students with a platform for actively exploring RF/microwave circuits/component designs like filters, baluns, and antennas.

“NI AWR Design Environment software is multi-faceted and therefore can be used in each and every step of the design process, from conception to iteration to layout” said Prof. Sher. “Once students learn the flow of the software, they can do things like optimize passive structures with relative ease.”

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