Articles by Harlan Howe, Jr.
May 2, 2007
This year there will be an exchange of cultures as East meets West when the IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS) and Exhibition is held in Honolulu, HI. The technical program continues to be the largest microwave meeting in the world with seven parallel sessions plus the usual panel...Read More
This is the third survey of connectors, cables and cable assemblies sponsored by Microwave Journal. We plan to update it annually with continued industry support and participation.
March 13, 2005
We are very pleased to offer this updated survey of companies providing connectors, cables and cable assemblies. Sixty-seven companies responded to our request for information this year, which is an increase from the 56 companies in last year’s survey. Many of last year’s participants have updated their information as...Read More
This is the first survey of connectors, cables and cable assemblies sponsored by Microwave Journal. We hope to update it annually with increased industry participation.
March 1, 2003
On December 13, 2002, we sent a questionnaire to 75 companies that provide products and services in this field, with a response deadline of January 11th. We used e-mail rather than the USPS so that we would have feedback that all the questionnaires were received. On January 3, 2003,...Read More
Basic information to help you get to and around Phoenix, as well as activities planned for the 2001 IEEE MTT-S International Symposium and Exhibition
May 1, 2001
IMS2001: A Microwave Odyssey ATTENDING THE CONFERENCE Harlan Howe, Jr. Microwave Journal Publisher/Editor This year, the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) and Exhibition will be held in Phoenix, Arizona for the first time. The IMS and Exhibition are several weeks earlier this year, which should result in somewhat cooler weather...Read More
Publishing as an important part of a successful professional career
September 1, 1999
Publish or Perish: It’s Not Just for Academics Anymore Harlan Howe, Jr. Microwave Journal Publisher/Editor The academic community has a long history of measuring the accomplishment of its members by their proclivity to publish and to base growth and advancement on the sheer quantity of those publications. “Publish or...Read More