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AWR Press Release - May 6, 2010

AWR Offers Technical Talks and Social Events at IMS 2010

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EL SEGUNDO, CA – The Story: There is a lot to see and discuss with AWR at IMS 2010 in Booth 1318. Preview the new features coming in the 2010 release of Microwave Office®, AXIEM™, Visual System Simulator™, and Analog Office® design suites. Demos will include new technologies such as iFilter™ lumped and distributed filter synthesis software, antenna analysis and visualization in AXIEM 3D planar EM software, and support for nonlinear behavioral models from many of the test equipment manufacturers exhibiting at the symposium. More information on all of AWR’s many activities at IMS 2010 is available at http://web.awrcorp.com/IMS-2010/.

AWR and its partners will be presenting their technologies in action at the MicroApps theatre. Topics include multichip module design, nonlinear co-simulation with real-time channel measurements for PCB signal integrity, system-level component models for RF EDA, multi-rate harmonic balance for nonlinear simulation, power amplifier design including load pull analysis, using iFilter to synthesize lumped and distributed filters, the migration of test and measurement toward integrate simulation. In addition, AWR industry pundit Steve Maas will present a paper during the technical session on Wednesday, May 26 at 3:50 pm entitled "Historical Trends and Evolution of Circuit Simulation Technology." For more information: http://web.awrcorp.com/content/Downloads/AWR-Partners-MicroApps-Schedule.pdf?from=1028918445468382.

AWR Games at the ESPN ZoneOn the social side, AWR will host its Sixth Annual Customer Appreciation Party – “AWR GAMES 2010” on Wednesday, May 26th from 7 pm to midnight at the ESPN Zone in Downtown Disney (Anaheim). Visit the website (http://www.awrgames.com/) for details and to register to attend this highly anticipated yearly event.

Last but not least Sherry Hess, AWR’s vice president of marketing, has organized the IMS IEEE-MTT-S Women in Microwave (WIM) Engineering Reception on Tuesday evening, May 25th from 5 to 7 pm at the Uva Bar outdoor patio in Downtown Disney. Women and men alike are invited to enjoy an hour of drinks, food, networking, and camaraderie with fellow engineers. For more information: http://www.ims2010.org/women_in mw.html.

About AWR

AWR, the innovation leader in high-frequency EDA software,  dramatically reduces development time and cost for products employed in wireless, high-speed wired, broadband, aerospace and defense, and electro-optical applications. For more information, visit www.awrcorp.com.

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Sherry Hess
Vice President of Marketing
AWR Corporation
(310) 726-3000

Posted   5/6/2010

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