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Contents: David Vye, Editor, Microwave Journal. Overview of Microwave Journal’s coverage of the 2010 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium and Exhibition. Chuck Swift and Les Besser. Two industry stalwarts explore the history of microwaves in Southern and Northern California. J.K. McKinney, IMS2010 General Chairman. Introduction by the symposium general chairman to Microwave Week 2010 events scheduled in Anaheim. Yann Deval, 2010 RFIC General Chair. Introduction to the 2010 IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium, to be held in Anaheim, Sunday, May 23rd to Tuesday, May 25th. Ken Wong, Conference Chair. Preview of the 75th Automatic Radio Frequency Techniques Group (ARFTG) Conference, to be held in Anaheim, Friday, May 28th. Sherry Hess, AWR Corp. Introduction to a forum designed for participating exhibitors to present the technology and capabilities behind their products. Pat Hindle, Richard Mumford and David Vye, Microwave Journal Editors. Three engineers are assigned to explore the products and technologies on display at this year’s Microwave Week exhibition. Use Microwave Journal’s twitter feed to determine what to see and where to eat while in Anaheim. Alphabetical listing of companies participating in the Microwave Week exhibition and their respective booth numbers. Profiles from advertising IMS exhibitors. S. Azam, C. Svensson and Q. Wahab, Linköping University; R. Jonsson, Swedish Defense Research Agency. Comparison of the performance of two GaN technology transistors utilized in broadband power ampliﬁers at 0.7 to 1.8 GHz. Sandeep Palreddy and Rudolf Cheung, Microwave Engineering Corp. Presentation of a method to miniaturize a spiral antenna without sacriﬁcing performance at lower frequencies. K. Singh and K. Ngachenchaiah, Semi-Conductor Laboratory; D. Bhatnagar, University of Rajasthan; S. Pal, ISRO Satellite Center. Presentation of a dual behavior resonator-based microstrip ﬁlter for realization of a diplexer at Ku-band. M. Hagensen, Guided Wave Technology ApS. Demonstration of practical ﬁlter design using coupling matrix synthesis and three-dimensional electromagnetic simulation techniques. Pat Hindle, Microwave Journal Technical Editor. A brief history of M/A-COM as the company prepares to celebrate six decades as the ﬁrst name in microwave. Hittite Microwave Corp. Design of an integrated hermetic synthesizer operating from 5.5 to 10.5 GHz and providing 22 dBm of output power.
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