The conference will start at 12:30pm on Monday 19th of November with a buffet lunch and will end on the afternoon of Tuesday 20th at around 3:30pm with the best paper award. The attendance fee includes overnight accommodation and the Society dinner on the Monday evening. On-line booking and payment is now available.
Confirmed presentations for the next conference include:
A Dual Channel SMT Packaged PA for 26GHz 5G, Stuart Glynn and Liam Devlin, Plextek RFI
Asymmetrical Doherty Power Amplifier for 8dB PBO and Dual Band Coverage, Jack Brunning, Saras Technology Ltd
Challenges of using Solid-State Sources for Microwave Cooking and Heating Applications, Kauser Chaudhry, Cardiff University
Design of Reconfigurable Power Dividers with Wide Tuning Ranges, Anqi Chen, Liverpool University
Development of an Envelope Tracked High Power Amplifier for COFDM, Neil McEwan, SARAS Technology Ltd
Permittivity Measurement Using A Coaxial Probe, Clive Alabaster, White Horse Radar Ltd
Power Handling of Strongly-Coupled Striplines, Dave Andrew, Vectawave Ltd
Resolving Stability Issues in a 200W L Band CW Power Amplifier, Dominic FitzPatrick, PoweRFul Microwave
Technologies 20 Years On – a look at the changes and developments in RF and microwave technologies over the last 20 years, Steve Nightingale, Independent
Testing a 26-28GHz Power Amplifier using the new 5G New Radio Test Standard, challenges and results, Tudor Williams, CSA Catapult
As always the conference will be accompanied by a small commercial exhibition.
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. 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.
The Society would like to thank National Instruments for sponsoring the November 2018 meeting:
Wyboston Lakes, Bedfordshire