Bernard Aspar outlines Soitec’s philosophy, explains the company’s development of RF SOI wafers and examines the technology’s adoption by and impact on the smartphone market, before predicting opportunities for future growth.
Philippe Garreau, CEO of Microwave Vision Group (MVG), outlines his early career as an electrical engineer, his history with SATIMO, the formation of MVG, the company’s advancement of the latest technologies and fulfilling his personal dream.
Using metamaterials to make high throughput mobile communications easy and available
July 14, 2017
Nathan Kundtz, founder, CEO and president of Kymeta Corporation, makes the case for satellites' role in serving the global demand for connectivity and how Kyneta's unique metamaterials beamforming technology enables lightweight, slim and cost-effective antenna systems for satellite terminals.
While technology and products are important, the hourly employees are the key to success
June 15, 2017
Jim Morgan, president of SemiGen, Inc. describes his path to SemiGen and how the company's assembly services, portfolio of diodes and chip capacitors, responsiveness to customers and unique management philosophy have built a successful and growing business.
A system of modular building blocks and simulation tools that enables designers to reduce development time and get into production
May 31, 2017
John Richardson, president of X-Microwave, describes the company’s modular building block system and how it integrates the simulation, prototyping and production of RF/microwave subsystems to accelerate development and time-to-market.
Duncan Pilgrim, the general manager of the RF business at Integrated Device Technology (IDT), discusses the company's market focus and product development philosophy of "smart silicon" RFICs — and how that approach is helping IDT grow its market share and position for 5G.
How the latest release of the NI AWR Design Environment addresses industry trends
May 1, 2017
David Vye, director of technical marketing for the AWR group of National Instruments, discusses the increasing complexity of RF/microwave design and how improvements in simulation are helping designers get products to market faster.
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.