Achieving High Data Rates (10Gbps plus) in Non-terrestrial Applications
Tudor Williams, Filtronic
An Open Source Arduino based tracking System for Radio and Optical Telescopes
Mike Casbon, Independent
Benchmarking Electronic Calibration of USB-enabled Network Analysers
James Skinner, National Physical Laboratory
Challenges and Opportunities of 3D Printing in Microwave and Sub-Terahertz Devices
Yi Wang, University of Birmingham
Directional Modulation using Phased Arrays – Proof of Concept
Ben Goode, Cambridge Consultants
Latest Cardiff Nonlinear Behavioural Model Developments
Ehsan Azad, University of Cardiff
Reduction of Mutual Coupling in Antenna Arrays
Roger Green, University of Bristol
RF Frontend for a Full Duplex Radar Platform
Gavin T. Watkins, Vianney Anis and Fred Wiffen, Toshiba
Sub-Nanosecond Network Synchronisation
Alex Scarboro, Rathera
The Advantages of Star Mixers Compared to Quad Diode Rings for the Realisation of Double Balanced Microwave Mixers
Andy Dearn and Liam Devlin, PRFI
Young Engineer Sponsorship: The ARMMS RF & Microwave Society provides sponsorship for young engineers (28 or below) who have had papers accepted for presentation at each meeting. Sponsorship is £200 cash plus free attendance (including conference dinner and overnight accommodation). Potential candidates should identify themselves as eligible at time of submission and state their date of birth. This offer is limited to a maximum of 2 places per meeting.
Best Paper Award: The Steve Evans-Pughe prize is awarded to the best presenter at each meeting. The prize is sponsored by Cadence.
Companies booking two or more delegate places are able to take part in the commercial exhibition that accompanies the conference. Please note: there is a maximum of 20 exhibition tables at each meeting, and these are offered on a first come basis. Booking two delegate places does not guarantee an exhibition space.
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