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Articles by David Vye, Editor, Microwave Journal

A Microwave Journey, Part VI: The 2000s

December 1, 2008
We come to the final chapter in this history of Microwave Journal ’s first 50 years, a story told through five decades of articles by the industry’s business and technology leaders. This story began with entrepreneurs William Bazzy and Ted Saad founding the magazine and serving as the first...
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A Microwave Journey, Part V: The 1990s

November 17, 2008
Past Microwave Journal articles provide a fascinating look at the life and times of our industry and how we have weathered economic and social change. This fifth installment in our series recounts the 1990s, a decade that is still clearly visible in our recent memories. In the world at...
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A Microwave Journey, Part IV: The 1980s

October 15, 2008
This six-part series looks at five decades of the microwave industry recorded in Microwave Journal . In this fourth installment, we focus on the 1980s, a decade marked by such notable events as the birth of MTV, punk rock and “new wave,” the marriage of Prince Charles and Diana,...
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A Microwave Journey, Part II: The 1960s

August 13, 2008
This history of Microwave Journal as told through the articles that appeared in the magazine over the past 50 years is also the history of the microwave industry as told by those in the business. This series looks at the past five decades of microwave technology as described in...
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A Microwave Journey: 1958–2008, Part I

This history of <i>Microwave Journal</i> as told through the articles that appeared in the magazine over the past 50 years is also the history of the microwave industry as told by those in the business. This series will journey through the evolution of...
July 15, 2008
We start this story of the microwave industry with the invention of the cavity magnetron in England under wartime pressures. By 1939, English scientists had already installed a coastal radar system. Based on the early success of radar, the British military now desired radar sets small enough to fit...
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