Anaheim, CA., 06/24/2010 – AWR and its partners presented 13 MicroApps (shown below) during the 2010 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) held May 24-27 in Anaheim, CA. Presentation topics ranged from LNA design with Analog Office® to filter synthesis with iFilter™ and PA design with Microwave Office®. View the majority of these talks now on IEEE TV.


• Multi-chip Module Design Challenges

• Nonlinear Co-simulation with Real-time Channel Measurements for PCB Signal Integrity

• Causality Considerations for Multi-Gigabit StatEye Analysis

• System-Level Component Models for RF EDA

• Multi-Rate Harmonic Balance for Non-Linear Simulation

• PA Design Inclusive of Load-Pull Analysis

• Online Design Environment Provides Interactive Datasheets for Small Signal RF Transistors – Allows Users to Generate Custom Datasheets for a Variety of Operating Conditions

• Using AWR’s iFilter™ Wizard to Efficiently Synthesize Lumped & Distributed Filters

• Single Chip LNA Using High Q Inductors on a Silicon-on-Sapphire Process

• A New Approach for Nonlinear Behavioral Modeling

• A Methodical Approach to Analyzing and Understanding the Performance of a LTE System

• The Use of Computer Clusters and Spectral and Domain Decomposition in 3D FEM Analysis

• Test & Measurement Migration to Integrated Simulation, Test & Measurement for M&RF Design

MicroApps are concise technical presentations given by exhibitors on engineering topics of interest to the microwave community while at IMS. They cover new products, noteworthy state-of-the-art components, emerging technologies, and novel manufacturing and design techniques that incorporate the exhibitor’s products and technologies in an application-centric setting.