March 20, 2014 – Beijing China: EDI CON 2104 organizers, Horizon House publications and Microwave Journal China, announced that the East and West Halls hosting the vendor exhibitions at the Beijing International Convention Center are now filled to capacity with leading microwave component, test and software manufacturers. The participating companies will be featuring the latest technologies to support electronic design for the high-frequency systems found in telecommunications, aerospace and security applications. The exhibition of test and measurement equipment, EDA software, Communication ICs, cables/connectors, PCB material and related components will complement the educational focus of this three day technical conference on high-frequency electronic design.

EDI CON is an industry-driven conference/exhibition targeting RF, microwave, EMC/EMI, and high-speed digital design engineers and system integrators developing products for today's communication, computing, RFID, wireless, navigation, aerospace and related markets. The technical program and exhibition includes the leading international RFIC, component and material manufacturers, semiconductor foundries, EDA software and test equipment/solution providers. This year’s conference features the most recent trends in high-frequency electronics and wireless communication technology, addressing all aspects of design, simulation and test verification through an understanding of system requirements for wireless communication networks such as small cell infrastructure, SATCOM and microwave backhaul.

This year’s event will feature a West Hall for test and measurement solutions and RF/mW and high-speed EDA software providers and an East Hall for integrated device and active/passive component manufacturers, material providers and manufacturing services, cable assembly and connector manufacturers, semiconductor foundries and distributers. Organizers are working with all exhibitors to ensure that the exhibition itself is well-integrated into the overall educational opportunities being offered. In-booth product demonstrations and tutorials will be encouraged and promoted to delegates. Exhibitor visitors will learn about the latest products available to support their own design efforts. This year’s exhibition is free to qualified attendees.