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Give Your Opinion on Defected Ground Structures
While Defected Ground Structures (DGS) may improve performance, these circuits are highly susceptible to the effects of the packaging. Publishing results which show improved performance but do not include the adverse (and real-world) effects introduced by packaging would mislead our readers and so we have made it a policy not to publish papers on DGS without measured results which include these effects. Let us know what you think of this policy by commenting on the MWJ Blog.
AMTA 2008 Rides into Boston
The AMTA Conference was in Boston, MA November 16-21 at the Park Plaza hotel. The show wrap up includes a summary of the conference and exhibition including the keynote speech by Dr. Eric D. Evans (Director of MIT Lincoln Labs) about radar measurement activities within their organization.
Agilent Technologies Introduces End-to-End DigRF V4 Measurement Solution for Mobile Handset Design
Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced the industry's first Digital Radio Frequency (DigRF) V4 test solution.
By Agilent Technologies Inc., Santa Clara, CA
News Wrap Up for the Week of Sept 29
The news items for the week of Sept 29 were dominated by test and measurement as WiMAX World took place in Chicago. The show was busy but did not seem to have as much activity as last year as the WiMAX buzz has diminished a little with some struggling implementations and LTE coming on strong. Will the WiMAX buzz heat up again with some successful upcoming implementations or will LTE steal most of the headlines?
News Wrap Up for Week of Sept 1
Several key industry reports were issued this week plus many new acquisitions/agreements/contracts announced, but it was a relatively slow week for new product introductions (probably due to the Mon. holiday in the US).
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