Problem sets are assigned approximately every week. Much of the material in this course must be learned by example and practice. Many homework assignments require extensive simulation and analysis and you are therefore encouraged to start early. For assignments requiring SPICE or ADS/SpectreRF simulation, make sure you run your simulations early to uncover any issues. Your fellow students are a great resource for such matters.

You are encouraged to work with others and to learn from your fellow students. But each student must hand in a unique solution. This is especially true for the SPICE simulations. For each SPICE simulation, hand in the netlist in text or graphical form, the complete SPICE deck, and an edited copy of the SPICE results. Make sure you present your results in a professional manner.

- Problem Set #0 [Due Jan 28] Project Proposal
- Problem Set #1 [Due Feb 6] (link to NIST link budget/propagation calculators)
- Solution: [Lingkai Kong] Calculations, Spreadsheet, NIST Calcualtions

- Problem Set #2 [Due March 2] (Measured S-Parameters of Transistor)
- Problem Set #3 [Due March 18] (BSIM4 Transistor Model courtesy of PTM)
- Problem Set #4 [Due March 30]
- Problem Set #5 [Due April 20]
- Problem Set #6 [Due May 4]