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Radio101

Click here to go to our page on simultaneous transmit and receive (STAR) (new for January 2020)

Click here to go to a page on Fundamentals of Radio Course, linking to videos produced by Professor David Ricketts at NCSU (new for August 2019)

Click here to go to our page on atmospheric attenuation (new for April 2019)

Click here to go to our companion "Radar101" page

Click here to listen to songs about radio

On this page we will tie together our content on microwave communication systems, or anything else that could contain the word "radio".

Radio astronomy is a kind of radio, but is very different from the normal communications function of most radio.   Here's a page on radiometric receivers (used in radio astronomy).

Noise temperature is how most radio designers think of noise, as opposed to noise figure that is used in radar design.

Here's a page on noise temperature, noise figure and noise factor conversion. And here's a noise conversion calculator you can use

Outside of Microwaves101, here is a good site to learn about noise in receivers:

http://www.reeve.com/Documents/Noise/Reeve_Noise_3_AttenAmpNoise.pdf

Software-defined radio (SDR) is a growing field, which spans analog and digital design.  Click here to learn about SDR.

Microwave amateur radio (HAM) is discussed here.

 

 

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