Contents:Conformal 2D/3D Wireless Modules Utilizing Inkjet Printing and Nanotechnology Manos M. Tentzeris, Rushi Vyas, Vasileios Lakafosis, Taoran Le, Amin Rida and Sankil Kim, School of ECE, Georgia Tech. In-depth look at fully-integrated conformal wireless sensor modules on paper or ﬂexible LCP, as well as numerous 3D multilayer paper-based and LCP-based RF/microwave structures that could potentially set the foundation for convergent wireless sensor ad-hoc networks of the futureHigh-Speed DAC and ADC Family Texas Instruments. Introduction to TI’s new quad, 16-bit DACs and direct RF sampling ADCs3D LDS Components for New Production Opportunities LPKF Laser & Electronics AG. Nils Heininger, Vice President Electronics Production Equipment at LPKF, provides insight into the company’s Laser Direct Structuring technology for efﬁcient production of 3D Molded Interconnect DevicesProper Stack-Up in a Multilayer PCB to Reduce Noise Coupling and Improve EMI Antonio Ciccomancini Scogna, CST of America, and Jianmin Zhang, CISCO Systems. Investigates the effect of noise propagation in a multilayer PCB, due to the close proximity of two PWR planes and provides an overview on the design of the power bus location on multilayer PCBsRF Characteristics of a Short Wavelength Comb-Type Capacitive Transmission Line on MMICs Jang-Hyeon Jeong, Young Yun, Hong-Seung Kim and Nak-Won Jang, Korea Maritime University, and Yunju Baek, Pusan National University. Details the basic characteristics of the comb-type capacitive transmission line structure for the development of miniaturized on-chip passive componentsMIMO Beamforming and Its Impact on Testing TD-LTE Kang Chen, Spirent Communications. Introduction to MIMO beamforming in TD-LTE networks highlighting current challenges and an effective test solutionSquare Coaxial Lines and Materials Measurements Nickander J. Damaskos, Benuel J. Kelsall and James E. Powell, Jr., Damaskos Inc. Presents square coaxial lines that are employed to make material properties measurements and comparisons to the use of the more familiar circular coaxial linesA Portable USB-Controlled 2.45 GHz, 100 W Generator Emblation Microwave. Introduction to a small high power microwave generator meeting the need for portable and compact laboratory equipmentDC to 28 GHz GaAs MMIC SPDT Switch Hittite Microwave Corp. Introduction to wideband, single pole double throw switches that are ideal for demanding applications
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