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An Upbeat IMS 2005 in Long Beach

Four earthquakes and a tsunami warning not withstanding, the IMS 2005 Symposium and Exhibition in Long Beach, CA turned out to be a huge success. Cool ocean breezes and hazy days were the norm outside, while crowded technical sessions and a busy show floor were the norm inside the...
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IMS 2001: Chicken Little Was Wrong

No, the sky isn't falling, not after another successful show at the 2001 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) and Exhibition held May 20 to 25 in Phoenix
IMS 2001: Chicken Little Was Wrong Frank Bashore Microwave Journal staff How can the sky be falling on the RF/microwave industry when over 11,000 participants braved 100°+ heat to attend Microwave Week in Phoenix in May? IMS 2001 was the biggest and best symposium and exhibition yet, and the...
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Acronyms and Abbreviations Used by the RF/Microwave Industry

A handy reference of acronyms and abbreviations used in Microwave Journal technical articles
SPECIAL REPORT Acronyms and Abbreviations Used by the RF/Microwave Industry Frank Bashore Microwave Journal Staff T his list represents most of the acronyms and abbreviations used in Microwave Journal technical articles and editorial features during the last five years. The ever-growing list has proven enormously useful to our staff...
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A Review of the 1999 Wireless Workshop

A look back at the 1999 Wireless Workshop held October 24-27 in Gold Canyon, AZ
A Review of the 1999 Wireless Workshop Frank Bashore Microwave Journal Staff The 1999 Wireless Workshop was held October 24-27 in Gold Canyon, AZ. The workshop is designed to serve as a technical forum and discussion group for various engineering and technical representatives from leading companies involved in the...
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The 1998 MTTS-S IMS: Another Record-breaking Event

A review of the high points of the 1998 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS) and Exhibition, which was held June 7-12 in Baltimore
The 1998 MTTS-S IMS: Another Record-breaking Event Frank Bashore Microwave Journal Staff The 1998 MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS) and Exhibition was held June 7 through 12 in Baltimore and managed to break the attendance record set only two years ago in San Francisco. The week-long conference attracted 10,550...
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A Review of the 1997 Wireless Workshop

A summary of 1997 Wireless Workshop highlights
A Review of the 1997 Wireless Workshop Frank Bashore Microwave Journal Staff The 1997 Wireless Workshop was held October 26–29 to serve as a technical forum for approximately 85 engineering and technical representatives of leading companies involved in the design and manufacturing of materials and circuits for today's wireless...
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The 1997 MTT-S IMS: A High Time in Denver

A look back at the 1997 MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS), including photographs of the Microwave Journal/MTT-S reception held at the Denver Museum of Natural History
The 1997 MTT-S IMS: A High Time in Denver Frank Bashore Microwave Journal Staff The 1997 MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS) and Exhibition was held June 8 through 13 in Denver and by all accounts was a huge success. Attendance for the week-long conference at the Colorado Convention Center...
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Acronyms and Abbreviations Used by the RF/Microwave Industry: Part II

Part two of a two-part list of acronyms and abbreviations used in Microwave Journal and by others in the RF/microwave industry
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used by the RF/Microwave Industry: Part II Part two of a two-part list of acronyms and abbreviations used in Microwave Journal articles over the past few years follows. Part one appeared in the February issue. GMDSS Global Maritime Distress Signal System GMSK Gaussian-filtered minimum-shift keying GPIB...
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Acronyms Used by the RF/Microwave Industry: Part I

The first of a two-part series, which defines acronyms used in Microwave Journal and by others in the RF/microwave industry
Acronyms Used by the RF/Microwave Industry: Part I The microwave industry’s fairly recent shift from a military to a commercial market focus has resulted in an alphabet soup of new acronyms that can confuse all but the most knowledgeable experts. Reading some of today’s technical papers can be a...
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