- Buyers Guide
As this month's WaveGuide makes its way over the internet and into your e-mail inbox, many of you are deeply immersed in creating marketing literature, data sheets and booth graphics for the upcoming season of trade shows. Whether your company’s engineering department orchestrates the release of new products to coincide with industry events or not, these gatherings represent the best opportunity to promote your latest solutions. While some traditionalists may wait until the event to make big announcements, it is advantageous to announce major releases before the trade show, enticing attendees with a pre-view of products and avoiding getting lost in the noise.
The next three months of editorial feature the innovation that defines our industry - from our preview of new products to be unveiled at IMS to our annual look at today’s evolving RFIC/MMIC/Semiconductor devices and the design technology supporting advance component and system development - it's springtime for new RF/microwave products and technologies. As Spring takes hold and outside temperatures rise, we look forward to presenting hot new products and technologies from around the world.
Highlights the EDI CON 2013 conference and trade show that will take place in Beijing in 2013
The next three months of Microwave Journal are a wonderful testament to the diversity of this industry. After an emphasis on aerospace and defense from August through October, our editorial attention now turns to the wireless communications industry (November); industrial, medical and scientific applications (December); and dual-use technology (January). For component manufacturers and system integrators, now is the time to communicate how your products are ready to change the world with better performance, improved efficiency, and/or lower cost. Let's hear what you got.
New Orleans, Louisiana (NOLA) served as the host city for this years’ International CTIA WIRELESS® 2012 from May 8th through the 10th at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. This was the first post-Katrina return to the city that had been home to several past CTIA events and New Orleans welcomed the industry back with open arms, smoking hot music and spectacular dining. The event this year was held almost 6 weeks later than previous years in order to put some distance between the largest dedicated mobile-industry gathering in North America and its European counterpart, Mobile World Congress. I’m pleased to report that NOLA has come roaring back and is ready, willing and able to continue its legacy in hospitality, especially for an event the size of this one.
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