The impact of applying microstrip lines on RF power amplifiers and their assembly lines and examine how efficiency and quality is being assured

Constantinides, Antonis (2012) The impact of applying microstrip lines on RF power amplifiers and their assembly lines and examine how efficiency and quality is being assured. Masters thesis, Middlesex University.

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This research work is designed to formulate a hypothesis viewing the fact that optimizing a new RF Amplifier System can result in greater efficiency with regards to saving time and saving consumption energy and costs. This is an empirical study in which the results will challenge theory and testing the experiment. The hypothesis can therefore be of further used to develop theory in this area of concern. Thus, the researcher is using his practical experience and by enhancing knowledge through literature review he will be able to comment into those factors that have caused the positive results when transforming an existing RF Amplifier component into a new active line. The research study is considered to be exploratory and descriptive and the analysis will be based on the empirical findings and the theoretical frame work for this study. Reflection is becoming part of the experiential learning throughout the researcher’s work based learning studies programme and reframes his experiential learning theory. As an insider practitioner, the researcher is able to deal effectively with human resource issues and place his personal development and work success as part of the overall performance. Experiential learning is structured in the way the researcher’s intentions reveal his involvement into new experiences by having intergrading his reflective observation into theories and allow to be tested out in the real world. Thus allowing the solution of the problem by participating himself into active experimentation. Reflective observation and active experimentation construct a way of transforming experience. Therefore the researcher needs to apply his abilities by studying new concepts and ideas to solve problem areas. As he is progressed through the research work based learning study the researcher is likely to build up an overall view of the phenomenon and utilize his abilities to this dimension.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Research Areas:Middlesex University Schools and Centres > Institute for Work Based Learning
Masters and Doctorates > Theses
ID Code:9228
Deposited On:04 Jul 2012 09:54
Last Modified:16 Nov 2014 02:03

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