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A Look Ahead...

“San Francisco is 49 square miles surrounded by reality,” said Paul Kantner, but come the week of May 22, it will be surrounded by thousands of microwave engineers. The April Microwave Journal is the IMS2016 issue with complete IMS conference and exhibition coverage. This special edition will have an IMS2016 Preview covering an overview of the conferences, special sessions, keynotes, and major product releases from leading microwave companies. In addition, the issue will cover the Microwave Journal MicroApps panel session, “The 5G IoT Conundrum,” Exhibitor listing and Show Map, plus the New Product Showcase from exhibiting companies that is organized by booth location for easy navigating at the show.


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Looking Forward

Greetings friends and colleagues! I hope that you’re enjoying the summer and getting some much deserved rest and relaxation. It seems like ages ago since many of us converged in the desert for the annual IMS. It’s always a hectic and productive week but the weather was surprisingly pleasant for May in Phoenix.


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Happy April!

The sun is shining, the snow is melting and the birds are chirping. April is here and the future looks bright and busy. The next few months bring us to events in Paris (Microwaves&RF), Beijing (EDI CON), Atlanta (AUVSI) and finally to Phoenix (IMS). It’s Springtime and that means Showtime.  


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Gearing Up for IMS2015

We are putting the finishing touches on our Flagship IMS April issue--your comprehensive guide to the Microwave Week in Phoenix! The issue will be distributed in the delegate bags and will also be available at the Microwave Journal Booth #2331. The cover feature chronicles the rise of Motorola in Phoenix, including the history, culture and successful spin-offs that helped shape the high tech industry in the area. It is a very interesting story written by a Motorola/Freescale insider, Leonard Pelletier (aka RF Leonard). The issue will also cover the IMS conferences, exhibition and special sessions as well as technical features about many new developments in the industry.


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5G IoT

I just returned from Mobile World Congress and the hot topics were 5G and IoT which mirrors what we have seen lately on the technology front. There is some controversy in discussing 5G these days as it is not defined yet, but we will cover the developments as the technology works itself out in the industry and standards organizations. IoT topics at MWC ranged from smart cities to the connected homes to vehicle-to-vehicle communications to wearable devices and were demonstrated in many of the booths at the exhibition.


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Showtime

With springtime just around the corner (thankfully), showtime for our industry begins to kick into high gear. Next week finds MWJ at the Satellite show in Washington, DC, IWCE in Las Vegas and IEEE EMC & SI in Santa Clara, CA. Next month brings us to the Microwaves & RF event in Paris, WAMICON in Florida and EDI CON in Beijing. In May, the annual IEEE MTT-S IMS takes place in Phoenix. That’s quite the run of events.


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Warming Up

The microwave industry kicks into high gear in February with a full tradeshow schedule for the next few months. In February, we have events such as the International Solid State Circuits Conference, Military Radar Summit and National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE). March features Mobile World Congress, Electromagnetic Compatibility and Signal Integrity (EMCSI), Satellite, International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) and GOMACTech. Then April goes around the world featuring EDI CON China, Microwave & RF in France, Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference (WAMICON) and AUVSI Unmanned Systems.


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A Blizzard of Activity

It has been a cold and snowy week in New England, but I have had the good fortune to be in warmer climates, missing the blizzard of 2015 and enjoying the mild weather of Phoenix, Ariz. and Santa Clara, Calif. While I was not fortunate enough to get tickets to the Super Bowl, I did have the opportunity to visit the good folks at Rogers Corp. and to do some reconnaissance in Phoenix as the annual IEEE MTT-S IMS event rapidly approaches. The city has added a lot of attractions to the area around the convention center since the last time the event was here and should prove to be an excellent venue for our annual Big Game. Hopefully it will be a little cooler this time around as well. I travelled from Phoenix to Santa Clara for DesignCon, which drew a good crowd and presented some impressive new products and technologies. More on that show later.  


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