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RF & Microwave Engineering Articles for May 11, 2015

IMS2015 logo - RF CafeBelieve 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.

 

 

 

 

Posted  May 11, 2015