Scheduled for September 14, 2011, the webcast teaches designers about digital modulation, key RF component parameters, and the challenges of wireless transmission.

Norwood, MA (09/07/2011) - (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a world leader in semiconductors for high-performance signal processing applications, will broadcast "The Fundamentals of RF Transmission and the Reception of Digital Signals" webcast on September 14, 2011, at 12:00 pm EDT. Because most modern day transceivers transmit and receive digitally modulated data, this 60-minute webcast will focus on digital modulation, an important topic for RF designers.

About "The Fundamentals of RF Transmission and the Reception of Digital Signals" Webcast

Some of the topics to be addressed by this webcast include the following:

  • What happens to a digitally modulated signal during wireless transmission?
  • What RF components are most effective for transmitting and receiving digitally modulated signals?
  • What are the key parameters for RF transceiver components and why are these specifications important?
  • What types of digital modulation are there and how does the type of modulation affect the key spec parameters for RF components?

Who Should Attend

Students and engineers new to the field of RF communications, as well as those more experienced engineers looking for a refresher on this topic will benefit from attending this webcast.

The Presenter

This webcast will be presented by Larry Hawkins, business development manager for ADI's RF Group. Larry holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering, specializing in RF, from the University of Utah and has authored many technical papers and seminars.

Register for ADI's "The Fundamentals of RF Transmission and the Reception of Digital Signals" webcast, September 14, 12:00 PM EDT at

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