EDI CON 2013 (March 12-14, Beijing, China), the industry-driven event for RF, microwave and high speed digital electronic design organized by Microwave Journal and Horizon House has announced its line-up of speakers for the opening plenary session to be held on March 12th at the Beijing International Convention Center.
S2D Microwave Inc. offers broad band 0.5 to 20 GHz, high performance 3 Bit, 60 dB switched bit attenuator. S3-AS6055R520 is a high performance compact unit with low insertion loss, fast switching speed, low harmonic distortion, Three-bit attenuation control has TTL driver.
AWR Corp. has announced AWR Design Environment V10.04, its first new software release in 2013, which includes many new features and enhancements to Microwave Office/Analog Office and Visual System Simulator, as well as AXIEM and Analyst.
Michael Casper, president and CEO of UltraSource Inc., a supplier of custom thin film circuits and ceramic interconnect devices, announced the new CopperVia™, based on the company's existing patented UltraVia™ process. The CopperVia was first introduced at the June2012 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium/Exhibition inMontreal, Quebec, Canada.
EDI CON organizers have announced six new exhibitors for the show, which is taking place this March 12-14 in Beijing, China. Azimuth Systems, Microwave Vision Group, Times Microwave, Insulated Wire (IW), Southwest Microwave and Tower/Jazz join the list of exhibitors and speakers at this industry-driven high-frequency electronics event.
The EDI CON 2013 organizers announce that executives from China Mobile Research Institute (CMRI), ZTE and the Beijing Institute of Radio Metrology and Measurements (BIRMM) will take part in the plenary session of the opening day program, presenting their respective emphasis on the system requirements driving high-frequency electronic design trends in China.
Response Microwave Inc., a global specialist in providing RF/Microwave customer solutions, is pleased to announce the availability of its new coupler series for use in 802.11n and MIMO point-to-multipoint telecom base station applications.
Software from the University of Oxford has doubled the income stream for feed horn antennae products for Yorkshire-based MM Microwave. The software suite allows for the design of high performance feed horns and antenna arrays that can be rapidly and inexpensively manufactured, moving away from conventional cumbersome corrugated-wall feed horns.
Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, announced that it has introduced a new addition to the CompactLine® series of microwave antennas with the release of the 6 GHz Category A SB6-W60B. Featuring a wind-tunnel tested design suited for both tight urban locations and rugged outposts, the SB6-W60B offers a superior radiation pattern for consistent performance with less interference.