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Winners of IMS 2010 Power Amplifier Student Design Competition receive AWR’s Microwave Office® software

July 15, 2010
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EL SEGUNDO, CA—15 July 2010--AWR Corporation has awarded the winners of the 2010 International Microwave Symposium High Efficiency Power Amplifier Student Design Competition with fully-functional, one-year, personal term licenses for its popular Microwave Office® and Visual System Simulator™ (VSS) software suites--inclusive of AXIEM™ 3D planar EM software.

Sponsorship of the student design awards is a building block in AWR's student/university outreach program and complements AWR's recently announced Graduate Gift Initiative, which endows all qualified 2010 graduating engineering students with a free one-year, personal-use license of its high-frequency design software solutions

The winners are:

Paul Saad, Hossein Mashad Nemati Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience, Goteborg, Sweden Advisor: Christian Fager, Kristoffer Andersson

Michael Roberg, John Hoversten University of Colorado Advisor: Dr. Zoya Popovic

Junghwan Moon, Junghwan Son Pohang University of Science and Technolog , Dept. of Electrical Engineering, MMIC Lab, Republic of Korea Advisor: Professor Bumman Kim

Where: IMS Student Awards Luncheon, Anaheim, CA

When: May 27, 2010

About the International Microwave Symposium High Efficiency Power Amplifier Student Design Competition

The International Microwave Symposium High Efficiency Power Amplifier Student Design Competition is open to all undergraduate and graduate students registered at an educational establishment. The competitors are required to design, construct, and measure a high efficiency power amplifier, at a frequency of their choice above 1 GHz but less than 20 GHz, and having an output power level of at least 5 watts, but less than 100 watts. The winner will be judged on the design, which demonstrates the highest power added efficiency (PAE). The power amplifiers must be present at the testing to assist with the evaluation.

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