This short online course provides an overview of quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) used in IEEE 802.11 WLAN systems and the use of OFDM to improve data throughput and reliability. Included is a description of how OFDM signals are generated within an OFDM system.
What you will learn
Wireless ethernet concept
Linear modulation schemes
16-QAM, 32-QAM and 64-QAM
OFDM signal generation
This online RF and microwave course is ideal for new entrants to the field of RF and microwave engineering. Students and job seekers will also find the course beneficial since it covers areas likely to arise during a technical interview. Technical sales engineers and technical managers who need to improve their understanding of RF and microwave communications in order to better manage projects.
Recent Graduates and Interns
RF and Microwave Technicians and Engineers
Technical Sales and Applications Engineers
Although there are no formal prerequisites for the course, an ability to absorb and understand technical concepts is essential together with a desire to learn more about the topics covered. A technical background is desirable in order to derive maximum benefit from the course.
Time to Complete
Approx. 1 hr
IEEE Certificate of Completion – Included
This course has been approved by the IEEE for the quality of its technical content and adherence to the IEEE’s strict criteria for educational excellence. Successfully completing all of the course modules and quizzes results in the award of an IEEE Certificate of Completion (PDF) with 0.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and 1.0 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) and demonstrates your continuing professional development.
100% No-Risk Guarantee
We want you to be satisfied with this course and therefore offer a 100% no-risk refund guarantee. To receive a full refund, all we ask is that refund requests are made within 30 days of starting a course and that you have viewed no more than 25% of the video content.
Includes 1 year unlimited individual course access, certificate and IEEE CEUs/PDHs