Interlligent UK’s RF & Microwave Design Seminar
7 November 2019 | Møller Centre, Cambridge, UK
Interlligent UK invites you to its fifth annual RF & Microwave Design Seminar, taking place at the Moller Centre, on Thursday 7 November.
- Tudor Williams, CSA Catapult
Beam steering challenges and advances at mmWave frequencies
- Mike Geen, Filtronic
Application of mmWave technology in High Altitude Pseudo-Satellites (HAPS) and LEO constellations
- Jeremiah Turpin, Isotropic Systems
Hybrid optical beamforming for electrically steered antennas
- Yonatan Cohen, Quantum Machines
RF goes Quantum-how RF engineering is shaping the future of Quantum Computing
- Jeremy Fisher, Wolfspeed
GaN MMICs for mmWave applications
- Mark Barrett, Blu Wireless Technology
5G mmWave wireless – recent results from transport applications
- Avtar Virdee, Microwave Technology Ltd
Development of GaN based Solid State Power Amplifiers up to 1kW CW
- Liam Devlin, Plextek RFI / Mark Wong, MobiPhive
A highly-integrated CMOS front-end for mm-wave 5G
As in previous year’s the seminar will also include a display area hosting selected companies from the RF and microwave industry.
Registration begins at 9:15 allowing time for networking over coffee until presentations begin at 9:45. Lunch will also be served.
What delegates are saying
“A very informative and well-organised event, with a first-class agenda presented by industry-leading figures. It provided a concise insight into 5G, GaN and SatComs among other topics, and I would recommend this event to anyone who wants to understand what’s happening next in RF and microwave technology.”
Eddie Petch, APC Technology Group
“The technical papers were top rate and very well presented – and the attendees were exactly the right people that we want to network with. Many thanks to you and the team for arranging an extremely profitable day for us.”
Paul Lowbridge, RFMW UK
Note: Programme is liable to change without notification.
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