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ARMMS RF & Microwave Society April Conference 2017

ARMMS RF & Microwave Society April Conference 2017

When

4/3/17 to 4/4/17

Title

Location: The Oxford Belfry
Oxfordshire,
United Kingdom

Event Description

The ARMMS RF & Microwave Society is an independent professional society comprised of individuals with an interest in the design, production and measurement of devices and products operating at RF and Microwave frequencies.  The Society serves as a focal point for discussions on a wide range of topics, particularly aspects relating to design, practical implementation, CAD and measurement. Two meetings are held each year in the style of a small conference and associated exhibition.  A wide range of technical papers is presented and proceedings are distributed to each delegate.  A highlight of each meeting is the Society Dinner, which provides an invaluable opportunity to meet like-minded colleagues.

 

Confirmed presentations for the next conference include:

● Hybrid 3-D Printing Technology for Tunable THz Applications, William Otter, Imperial College London

● A 2.5 W LDMOS Microwave Totem-Pole Push-Pull RF Power Amplifier, Gavin Watkins, Toshiba Research Europe Ltd

● Convergence of Simulation and Measurement Worlds in the Modern Era, Alistair Wingfield, CST UK

● Magnetron Developments at e2v, Dipendra Mistry, e2v Technologies

● High Power GaN Amplifier for High Efficiency Applications, Avtar Virdee, Microwave Technology

● Integrated Multi-Role Microwave Antennas and Passive Circuits, Dr Yi Wang, University of Greenwich

● Laboratory Scale Equipment for Microwave Pyrolysis of Waste Petrochemical Based Products, John McGreevy, Sylatech

● Linearisation of RF Front Ends, Gareth Lloyd, Rohde and Schwarz

● Low Phase Noise Signal Sources for Radar and Instrumentation, Dr Stuart Feeney, SMF Designs Ltd

● Passive Retro-Reflectors for Radar Earth Observation, Ivor Morrow, Cranfield University

● Reconfigurable Hardware Design, Adam Taylor, Lincoln DSP Ltd

● The Digital IFM Revisited, S. V. Potter

● The Trouble with Oscilloscope Probes, Mark Ashcroft, Picotech

● Two Port Gain and Stability, Dave Andrews, Vectawave

● A Very High Efficiency High Power Schottky Diode Frequency Doubler Operating at 180-190 GHz, Tomasz Waliwander, Farran Technology2017