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Mergers and Collaborations Dominate Landscape at IMS 2014

Pat Hindle, Editor, Microwave Journal
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Future RF Market Opportunities for GaN

Pat Hindle, Editor, Microwave Journal
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Explores different market opportunities for GaN and provides expert industry perspectives from leading GaN suppliers


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Is Social Media Living Up to the Hype?

Pat Hindle, Editor, Microwave Journal
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Many companies are jumping into the social media waters with Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc., but how well is it working? A survey of our RF and microwave readers shows that about 80 percent do NOT participate in social media. Wow, being a social media advocate, this number surprised...
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The State of RF and Microwave Switches

Pat Hindle, Editor, Microwave Journal
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RF and microwave switches are used extensively in wireless systems for signal routing, finding wide use in switching signals from antennas to the transmit and receive chains. They are one of the highest volume RF devices in use today, as several devices are typically contained in a block diagram....
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Making Waves in California: 2010 MTT-S IMS Wrap Up

Pat Hindle, Editor, Microwave Journal
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Figure 1 MTT-S IMS attendee totals (pre-liminary numbers for 2010). This year's MTT-S IMS seemed to be a turning point for the industry as the business atmosphere seemed very positive and the show floor busier than the past few years. Going back to Hawaii in 2007, where the total...
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Career Corner

Pat Hindle, Editor, Microwave Journal
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Making a Connection Most studies find that 60 to 70 percent of jobs are found via networking and not through the normal job posting and application process. In addition, there are a number of jobs that are never posted on web sites or advertised as they are filled directly...
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Mil SatCom Capacity Crunch: The BUC Stops Here

Pat Hindle, Editor, Microwave Journal
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Advances in military technology such as unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAV), real time video surveillance, networked communication systems, real time targeting and battlefield mapping are demanding much more capacity in satellite communications than is available today. A large amount of data needs to be transmitted in real time and via...
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