Course NameLength
Antenna Engineering Training Boot Camp4 days
Antenna Training - Engineering, Theory, Analysis and Design3 days
Applied RF Circuit Engineering Certificate3 days
Cellular Networks Performance Workshop Training3 days
DAS Training - Distributed Antenna System3 days
Inspecting and Documenting Wireless Site Configuration Training Course2 days
Modeling and Simulation RF Systems Training3 days
NFC Training | Near Field Communication Training2 days
RF and Microwave Engineering Fundamentals2 days
RF Engineering Training | Bootcamp Style4 days
RF Optimization Training2 days
RF Safety Training2 days
RF Theory Technical Training2 days
RF Training - Advanced2 days
RF Training Essentials2 days
RF Training | Radio Frequency Training Fundamentals2 days
The Fundamental Physics of Electromagnetic Waves | Electromagnetic Training2 days

RF Training Courses, Seminars and Certifications

Radio frequency refers to the rate of oscillation of electromagnetic radio waves in the range of 3 kHz to 300 GHz, as well as the alternating currents carrying the radio signals. This is the frequency band that is used for communications transmission and broadcasting.

Naturally occurring radio waves are emitted by lightning and astronomical objects. Radio waves are generated artificially by transmitters and received by radio receivers, using antennas.

Radio waves are very widely used in modern technology for fixed and mobile radio communication, broadcasting, radar and other navigation systems, communications satellites, wireless computer networks and many other applications.

Today, many occupations require employees to be well-versed in RF technology. Foremost of these occupations are RF engineers. These are specialists within the electrical engineering field. They work with devices that transmit or receive radio waves, including wireless equipment, radios and cellular phones.

A background in general electronics, physics and math is needed to design and improve wireless networks. Engineers also must have good communication skills because they may be expected to work in teams or with others outside of their field.

More Than a Dozen RF Courses — By Tonex

Radio Frequency training in all its applications is a specialty of Tonex. Course attendees can learn everything from RF fundamentals to more specialized areas such as RF optimization, RF safety, RF antenna usage or cellular networks performance.

Register now for one of our RF Training Courses taught by industry-leading RF instructors and keep you and your organization current on how RF engineering is impacting current industry practices as well as future technological advances.

RF Training Courses, Seminars and Certifications