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AWR Press Release 1-12-2009

AWR Introduces AWR TV™, a Comprehensive Multimedia Resource
for Technical and Product Information


Click to visit the Applied Wave Research websiteClick to visit the AWR TV websiteEL SEGUNDO, Calif. — January 12, 2009 — AWR, the innovation leader in high-frequency electronic design automation (EDA), today announced that its new Web site, www.awr.tv, is now "live", providing a wealth of multimedia content targeted to the company's broad base of users as well as potential customers interested in learning more about AWR high-frequency EDA tools including Microwave Office(R), Analog Office(R), Visual System Simulator™ (VSS), APLAC™, and AXIEM™ software.

AWR has tailored AWR TV to be a comprehensive "one-stop" resource for product information, tutorial presentations, and application-specific discussions. For example, AWR's APLAC harmonic balance/transient circuit simulation engine and ACE™ automatic circuit extraction technology are described in concise video presentations, while more detailed technical discussions about RF and microwave circuit design, such as creating circuits for WiMAX applications, and considerations for designing microwave integrated circuits (MICs), monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMICs), and printed circuit boards are also available.

AWR's www.awr.tv web site is now live and readily accessible by all.
AWR will continuously update AWR TV with product, application, and tutorial videos, and plans to add student-produced video presentations, design contests, and many other features in 2009.

 
Contact AWR by phone at (310) 726-3000, by e-mail at info@awrcorp.com, or through your local AWR representative.
 
About AWR
AWR is the innovation leader in high-frequency EDA software that dramatically reduces development time and cost for products employed in wireless, high-speed wired broadband, aerospace and defense, and electro-optical applications. The company's core technology is unique among high-frequency EDA platforms in that it is inherently open and flexible. AWR continually strengthens its product portfolio with innovative new technologies that enable faster, more streamlined product development, the most recent of which are the ACE™, RFA™, and AXIEM™ tools. The privately-held company has thousands of active users and is headquartered at 1960 East Grand Avenue, Suite 430, El Segundo, Calif. 90245. For more information about AWR and its products, please visit www.awrcorp.com.

(c) Copyright 2009 AWR Corporation. All rights reserved. AWR, the AWR logo, and Analog Office, and Microwave Office are registered trademarks, and ACE, APLAC, AXIEM, RFA, Visual System Simulator and AWR TV are trademarks of AWR Corporation. All others may be trademarks of their respective holders.
 
 
Posted 1/12/2009
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