RF & Microwave Engineering Articles for May 11, 2015
Believe it or not,
the International Microwave Symposium (IMS2015)
is almost upon us; it is next
week (May 17-22, in Phoenix, AZ).
Having been to a few of the shows, I can tell you if you have never been to one that there is a lot to take in
and it is easy to miss something you would liked to have seen if you don't do a little research ahead of time.
Tom Perkins wrote an article for
High Frequency Electronics magazine titled "Maximizing Your Symposium
Experience" (page 32) that provides a bit of guidance in that regard. There are a lot
of other great articles out now. Is it my imagination, or are there an inordinate number of guys named "Steve"
publishing this month?
Here is a complete list of all featured
RF & microwave articles.
- IMS is Growing!:
Check out These 1st Time Exhibitors, by Ryan Baker
Communications Systems - A Design Primer, by Tony Richards and Liam Devlin
How to Extend Calibration Cycles, by Steven Jorgensen
Understanding the Relevance of Harmonic Impedance Matching in Amplifier Design, by Steve Dudkiewicz, Marc Schulze Tenberge, Giampiero Esposito, Travis Barbieri
Range in 2-Port Impedance Measurements, by
- Know When to Add
Attenuation, by Jack Browne
- Maximizing Your Symposium
Experience, by Tom Perkins
Novel Transmission Line Impacts Antenna Design, by Tian-Peng Li, Guang-Ming Wang, Chen-Xin Zhang, and Bin-Feng
Limit the Range of a Waveform Measurement, by Arthur Pini
Posted May 11, 2015