Input multiplexers are used as part of the satellite load to divide the received signals into individual channels and then amplify them. These consist essentially of narrow-band, high-band bandpass filters, which must meet very stringent high-frequency requirements. In order to save on application to satellite space and ground, it is desirable to use dielectrically filled structures exhibiting consistent high frequency characteristics with reduced dimensions. The internship deals with extending existing narrowband filter structures at 20 GHz to wider-bandwidth structures. Both simulations are carried out as well as measurements of test structures.
- Matriculated student in the field of electrical engineering, HF technology, aerospace engineering, mathematics or physics
- Understanding of electromagnetic fields and waves
- Enjoy both theoretical and practical work
- Self-employed and committed work
- Fluent German as well as good English language skills are required
Start: from nor ow winter semester 2017/18
Duration: 4 to 6 months
You are enrolled at a university and have to complete a compulsory internship according to the regulations of the study? Then you can experience the fascination of spaceflight up close and apply online now!