Richard applies his technical background as an engineer and journalist for various engineering magazines to his position as international editor. Serving as MWJ’s liaison to the international microwave community, Richard files his monthly international report and contributed articles from our London office.
At UK & Ireland NI Days 2014 Microwave Journal got an insight into National Instrument’s approach to the Internet of Things, the rush to ‘add wireless’, the importance of the cost of test for RF components, and the advance of 5G, particularly the development of millimetre-wave frequencies.
Cambridge Wireless’ Radio Technology SIG event offers dramatic insight into the latest radio transmitter technologies including transmit beamforming, full duplexing, envelope tracking and digital predistortion.
The flavour of the third Microwave & RF Show that took place at the CNIT, Paris on 19 and 20 March was as French as foie gras and crème brûlée. The focus of the event was very much on the local RF, Microwaves, Wireless and Fibre optics community.
The European RF and microwave industry is demonstrating its support for EDI CON 2014 at every opportunity, from the conference sessions, workshop presentations and the showcasing of the latest innovations on the show floor.
The testing of novel future generation communication systems, next-generation wireless communication and electronically steerable antennae were just three initiatives honoured at the annual National Instruments UK & Ireland Graphical System Design Achievement Awards.