In collaboration with the D.H. Lawrence Ranch, and the UNM Foundation, The University of New Mexico is helping to provide exciting online writing workshops called Rananim. Rananim‘s online classes give you the opportunity to write, receive feedback, and learn about the craft of writing in an online course environment.
Rananim courses run for eight weeks in Jan/Feb, Apr/May, Jul/Aug and Oct/Nov. The cost is $400 per class. $50 of your paid tuition gets you a tax receipt from the UNM Foundation for your contribution to the D.H. Lawrence Ranch Initiatives to preserve the legacy of novelist D.H. Lawrence and his wife, Frieda Lawrence.
MIMO capable wireless systems use Multi Element Antennas (MEAs). Learn how single, and especially, multi element antennas affect the capacity of a communication system. In this class you will learn how to design antenna systems that outperform others based on capacity throughput. You will be exposed to tools that accomplish capacity based design of antenna systems.
We will explain from first principles how to characterize MEAs and how to analyze and optimize their performance in a MIMO capable wireless communication system for the ultimate spec, Capacity and Throughput. This approach allows for the antenna designer to design smaller and less costly 4G and 5G products without sacrificing capacity performance.
Bring binoculars and your sense of discovery. Over three half-day Saturday field trips, visit multiple popular areas for bird spotting and identification. Learn how to recognize and classify many of New Mexico's native and migratory birds.