Armms RF and Microwave Society
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Conferences

Monday 19th April to Tuesday 20th April 2004 at Milton Hill House Conference & Training Centre, Abingdon

VENUE

Milton Hill House Conference & Training Centre
Milton Hill
Steventon
Abingdon
Oxfordshire
OX13 6AF

Tel01235 831474
Webwww.initialstyle.co.uk/venues/index

PROGRAMME CO-ORDINATOR

Malcolm Edwards


PAPERS

Analysis and Simulation of RF Coaxial Baluns

John Walker
Semelab
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Aspects of LDMOS PA Design

Stephen Aubrey
Castle Microwave
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Bluetooth, WiFi, ZigBee & Dect: Challenges of Coexistence at 2.4GHz

Tim Whittaker
Cambridge Consultants
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Certification and Licensing for Bluetooth 1.2 and WLAN

Halam Rose
7 Layers UK
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De-classifying the Class E Mode for Microwave PA Design

Dr Steve Cripps
Hywave Associates
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Design Applications of Defected Ground Stuctures

Dave Edgar
Ansoft
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Device Characterization for Large-Signal Circuit Design

Peter Ladbrooke
Accent
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Evolution of the SPLASH System Simulation Software

Simon Day
Phasor Design
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Implementing RF Test Solutions Using PXI Modular Instruments

Tim Carey
Aeroflex
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Innovative Linearisation Techniques

Peter Jupp
Roke Manor Research
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LTCC Modules, Technology and Design

Andrew Wallace
AWR
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Making Sub- Radio a Reality

Nick Horne
Cambridge Consultants
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Phase Shifters for Low Cost Steerable Antennas

Steve Nightingale
ERA
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RF Filter Design Using Coupled Co-axial Resonators

Liam Devlin
Plextek
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Terminal Certification for GSM, GPRS, EDGE and UMTS

David Trevayne-Smith
7 Layers UK
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Uncertainly in Antenna Mismatch Correction Factors

John Blackburn
NPL
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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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