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Mobile and Satellite Communications
Category: Master Degree
Summary: 

The course presents the fundamental principles of antennas and phased arrays in electromagnetic engineering, introduces the main figures of merit for characterizing complex radiating devices, and illustrates basic and advanced antenna analysis and synthesis methods for mobile and satellite applications, with main emphasis to communication scenarios. To this end, the course features theoretical, methodological, and practical aspects, and it introduces the most challenging applicative problems in these frameworks.
The course consists in lectures and software/hardware emulator exercitations. Additional seminars given by relevant experts from other Universities, Agencies, and Companies will be advertised during the course.

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