Armms RF and Microwave Society
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Conferences

Sunday 12th November to Monday 13th November 2000 at Highwayman Hotel,

VENUE

Highwayman Hotel
Dunstable


PROGRAMME CO-ORDINATOR

J.J. Heath-Caldwell
Milmega


PAPERS

Capturing and Creating X-band Pulses

Peter Burgess
Pascall Electronics
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Capturing and Creating X-band Pulses

Cellular Blocking Measurements to 12GHz

Roger Hopper et al
Roke Manor
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Cellular Blocking Measurements to 12GHz

Challenges in MMIC Multi-Chip Modules

D.R. Vizard et al
Farran Technology Ltd
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Challenges in MMIC Multi-Chip Modules

Measurement and Characterisation of a Digital Predistortion Lineariser for Third Generation Base Stations

Ben Banyamin et al
Wireless Systems International
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Measurement and Characterisation of a Digital Predistortion Lineariser for Third Generation Base Stations

Practical RF & Microwave Rad Haz Safety Monitoring

Steve Cranston
Link Microtek
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Practical RF & Microwave Rad Haz Safety Monitoring

Reducing Uncertainties for Electric Field Measurement 30 - 1000MHz

B.G.Loader et al
NPL
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Reducing Uncertainties for Electric Field Measurement 30 - 1000MHz

Specific Absoption Rate (SAR) Testing, From a Test Laboratory Perspective

Jozef Lomako
RFI
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Specific Absoption Rate (SAR) Testing, From a Test Laboratory Perspective

Superconducting Microwave Filters

Mike Lancaster
University of Birmingham
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Superconducting Microwave Filters

Testing 3GPP UMTS Terminals

Tiam Masson & Andy Street
Agilent Technologies
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Testing 3GPP UMTS Terminals


CALL FOR PAPERS

Contributions are invited with an emphasis on RF and microwave design, research, testing and associated subjects. An oral presentation will be made at the meeting and a written paper will be required for publication in the society digest, which is distributed to delegates at the meeting. Prospective speakers are requested to submit a title and a short abstract to the technical coordinator (see above) as soon as possible.

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