The efficiency and linear performance of RF power amplifiers using traditional architectures may be unacceptable for future wideband LTE-Advanced applications. Consequently, extensive efforts are underway within the wireless industry to enhance these metrics by a variety of techniques e.g. Doherty, envelope tracking etc. Such techniques have been reported to improve overall amplifier performance significantly. Considerations of new RF PA architectures and design techniques for wideband wireless applications will be the focus of several technical sessions and workshops offered by international experts presenting at the Electronic Design Innovations Conference (EDI CON) from March 12 -14 at the Beijing International convention Center.
For folks who attend the European Microwave Week every year, this event offers a great opportunity to catch up with colleagues from the continent, exhibit and view the latest RF products targeting the European market and attend a technical conference organized by the European Microwave Association.
Can you believe another year has passed and we are once again preparing for the MTT-S International Microwave Symposium? Avez-vous été en pratiquant votre français à Montréal, Canada? * This is a fantastic city with great food, culture, interesting sites and in the very near future - an influx of a few thousand microwave professionals. Celebrating the MTT-S’s 60th anniversary with a symposium held for the first time outside the U.S. may be unfamiliar territory, but our upcoming May issue promises to make everyone feel right at home.
As a marketing person, you have probably been involved in designing a new website for your company at some time or another. If so, you know how important and challenging it is to ensure your site accurately reflects your company’s brand, serves your customers needs and helps to support your sales and product marketing staff.
My hometown of Newburyport is located by the ocean at the mouth of the Merrimac River in the upper eastern corner of Massachusetts. Exploiting its natural resources, the first settlers were naturally fisherman. As larger and more commercially successful fishing communities took root in Gloucester and New Bedford, the...