Reflecting the diversity of topics covered at the November 2017 ARMMS Conference the papers that won prizes addressed 3D printed circuits, a microwave applicator for medical use and better filter design.
Proving that it has its finger on the pulse regarding innovative technology that has relevant and clear applications in everyday life the November meeting of the ARMMS RF & Microwave Society featured a strong healthcare theme.
Covering topics from the historical to the development of technology for the future the first meeting of the ARMMS RF & Microwave Society in 2015, sponsored by e2v and held in Oxford, UK was a sell-out.
The November meeting of the ARMMS RF & Microwave Society was attended by the highest number of delegates for an autumn conference since it’s founding over 30 years ago, while the range covered by the presentations spanned VHF crystals and amplifiers for air traffic control to 325 GHz waveguide fabrication techniques.
The increasing popularity of the bi-annual RF & Microwave Society meetings was clearly demonstrated by a record gathering of engineers, academics and business people from across the industry at the April 2014 ARMMS conference.
AWR Corp., the innovation leader in high-frequency EDA software, announces that it will sponsor the Best Paper Award at the upcoming as well as future Automated RF & Microwave Measurement Society (ARMMS) Conferences in memory of the late AWR European business development manager Steve Evans-Pughe. The ARMMS Best Paper Award titled as “Steve Evans-Pughe Award” will honor the memory of this UK and pan-European RF and microwave industry pioneer.
The ARMMS RF & Microwave Society celebrated its 30thanniversary with a record attendance at its Teledyne Microwave Solutions sponsored April meeting, held near Oxford, UK, exceeding the previous record set in 2005.