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Contents: Introduction by Peter Staecker, Chairman, 1991 MTT-S Boston Symposium; Compiled by David Vye, Microwave Journal Editor. A brief retrospective of some of the more memorable editorial contributions from Microwave Journal’s co-founder and longtime editor, Ted Saad. David Vye, Microwave Journal Editor. Technologists from Agilent, LeCroy, Rohde & Schwarz and Tektronix explore the state of multi-GHz oscilloscopes. Agilent Technologies Inc. Use of arbitrary waveform generators and signal-scenario generators in creating simulated signal scenarios with enhanced realism. Greg Jue and Brad Frieden, Agilent Technologies Inc. Introduction to several case studies that highlight an improved test methodology for mixed-signal software-defined radios. Kokulathasan Thalayasingam and Holger Heuermann, Heuermann HF-Technik GmbH. Description of a multi-port measurement system used to determine nonlinear intermodulation distortion. Darren McCarthy, Tektronix. Presentation of an active load pull technology that removes the limitations and inaccuracies common to passive load pull measurements. Yanwei Wang, Jianyi Zhou and Wei Hong, Southeast University. Fabrication of a multiple bandstop filter composed of a cell of a spurline and a section of coupled lines with a rectangular ring resonator. Yan Zhou, Beihang University. Use of a coaxial to rectangular waveguide transition structure in achieving a VSWR less than 1.25 within the frequency range of 26.3 to 40.6 GHz. David A. Hall, National Instruments; Steve Narciso and Jared Richard, Agilent Technologies Inc.; Edited by David Vye, Microwave Journal Editor. Use of the PXI standard in providing instrument designers with a vehicle to deliver new measurement technologies quickly and with a broad selection of test tools. Spirent Communications. Use of a multiple-in, multiple-out over-the-air testing tool to simplify control over complex wireless testing. Rohde & Schwarz. Introduction to a signal generator able to generate standard-compliant signals for digital communications and radio standards. Active Spectrum. Introduction to low-loss, tunable filter modules covering the 225 to 6000 MHz frequency bands.
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