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AWR E-NEWS:  March 2012

Repeat what works!

Sherry Hess, VP of Marketing, AWRThose who know me know that I like to repeat what works and, preferably, strive to do it better. They also know that I am certainly grateful and ready to abandon doing what’s not working. In the context of the microwave and RF industry, I’d like to highlight two such activities that are working well—in my mind actually getting better—and are worthy of being repeated.

The first is MicroApps...
The second is WIM...

MicroApps is a session that was started seven+ years ago within the International Microwave Symposium (IMS). The MicroApps program gives exhibitors the opportunity to present targeted, in-depth talks on their products and technologies to a larger audience than can typically otherwise be assembled in their own booth space. I personally got involved with MicroApps three years ago when IMS was in Anaheim and J K McKinney was chairman. That year more than 50 papers were submitted for MicroApps, and they were recorded for later broadcast. ...

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Sherry Hess, VP of Marketing, AWR

AWR Software Is the “Backbone” in Designing indie, the World’s First Operator-independent RF Hardware Platform

indie - operator independent RF hardware platformindie is the operator-independent hardware platform that enables global LTE smartphones. Co-designed and optimized with AWR Microwave Office™ by EPCOS, a TDK group company, and Pulse Electronics, indie builds on advanced EPCOS multi-feed RF front-end technology and cutting-edge antenna technology from Pulse Electronics.

"Collaboration of antenna design with RF front-end module design, on a common Microwave Office platform, enabled breakthrough success of this project."

Juha Ellä, Principle Scientist, EPCOS, a TDK group company and Prasadh Ramachandran, Senior Research Engineer, Pulse Finland

White Paper and Video Highlight Co-simulation of AWR's Visual System Simulator with NI's LabVIEW for Enhanced Signal Processing within Wireless Systems

Visual System Simulator and LabVIEW White PaperOur latest white paper entitled "An Electrical-Thermal MMIC Design Flow" demonstrates the effectiveness of co-simulation between AWR's Microwave Office™ high-frequency design software and CapeSym's SYMMIC™ thermal analysis tool. An X-band RF power amplifier/low-noise amplifier MMIC for a transceiver application was the featured design that showcased how Microwave Office software and SYMMIC co-simulated to address the thermal coupling between the two circuits on the single die in order to achieve optimum results.

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Microwave Journal, Mar 2012
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