Wolfspeed will remain with Cree, after the Infineon deal was blocked by the U.S. government
April 13, 2017
With the Infineon acquisition scuttled by U.S. government concerns about foreign ownership, Wolfspeed will remain with Cree. Jim Milligan, director of RF, discusses the company's product and technology plans following this unexpected outcome.
Founded in 1933, Rohde & Schwarz has developed technologies, forged a global presence and continues to innovate
March 15, 2017
Roland Steffen, Executive Vice President of Test and Measurement and Vice President of Market Segment Wireless Communications at Rohde & Schwarz, explains how a family-owned company founded in 1933 has developed technologies, forged a global presence and continues to innovate for future generations.
Ben Zickel, chief technology officer of Goji Research, reviews the revolutionary changes being made to microwave ovens incorporating solid-state amplifier technology and its impact on the food preparation process and consumer oven market.
Larry Sala, CEO of Anaren Microwave Inc., dicusses the company's 50th anniversary including a short history of the company, their unique product technologies, and his thoughts on the various markets they are participating in.
Delivering excellent technology paired with superb quality for 70 years
December 13, 2016
Katharina König, managing director of SPINNER and granddaughter of company founder Dr. Georg Spinner, explains how Dr. Spinner's technology-driven philosophy enabled SPINNER to became a global enterprise and how the company is adapting to the 21st century.
MVG Scientific Director Lars Jacob Foged was nominated in May to be the 2016 Chair of the Industrial Initiatives Committee of the IEEE Antenna and Propagation Society (AP-S). The biennial "European School of Antenna" (ESoA) Chinese courses were held in Beijing and Shanghai in July, where he was a teacher. Microwave Journal China interviewed him in Beijing.