Welcome to RF Globalnet's IMS2013 Resource Center, your guide to the 2013 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium.
This year's event will take place from June 2-7 in Seattle, Washington. As always, it boasts a strong technical program covering the latest research, development, and trends in the RF and microwave industry, along with an exhibition of the newest technologies and services available.
So take a look around this resource center. Plan your trip to IMS2013. Get a small taste of what event will hold. And, if you go to the show, stop by and vistit us at BOOTH 1008. Among other things, you can register to win an iPad with Retina Display in RF Globalnet's IMS2013 giveaway. We look forward to seeing you in Seattle!
PRODUCTS TO SEE AT IMS2013
PRESENTING OUR PLATINUM SPONSOR
RF Globalnet is pleased to present AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation as the Platinum Sponsor of our IMS2013 Resource Center.
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- Microwave Solid State & TWT Amplifiers, 1 – 10,000 watts, 0.8 – 45 GHz
- Hybrid Power Modules, 1-6 & 4 – 18 GHz and custom design
- Radiated & Conducted Immunity Test Systems
- EMC Test Software & Accessories
- EMI DSP Receivers
Visit AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation at IMS2013 booth 1144.
How To Get Your Paper Published At IMS – Part III
Last time, I went over how to make life easy for the IMS reviewer so that we can increase the chances of getting a paper accepted. It is important to devote conscious effort to making it easy for the reviewer to give high scores in the originality, clarity, quantitative, and interest categories. In this column, I concentrate on the part that I feel is most important, quantitative. Note that all four parts are formally assigned equal weights when assigning scores and other reviewers might have different opinions, so this represents only my personal views on the matter.
How To Get Your Paper Published At IMS – Part II
Last time, we talked about the rationale behind the IMS double-blind review system, where not only are the reviewers not known to the authors, but the authors are not (nominally) known to the reviewers. This reduces the chance of any bias on the part of the reviewer for or against any particular author. However, it also makes it harder for the reviewer to catch double publication. Now, we look at what you can do to increase chances of acceptance.
The 6 Biggest Technology Trends From IMS2012
Like a kid in a candy store or a car buff at an auto show, I couldn’t get enough of the enormous amount of RF and microwave technology on display at IMS2012. This year’s show offered a retrospective look at the history of RF and microwave technology (in celebration of MTT-S’ 60th anniversary), a comprehensive exhibition of today’s best designs, and glimpse of what the future has to offer through the pioneering research presented at the show. This article covers the top technology trends I observed at IMS2012.
An IMS2012 Technology Review — In 2 Minutes Or Less
Without fail, the RF Globalnet team returns from IMS each year with two things: 1) really sore feet (from running back and forth across an exhibit hall for three days), and 2) an enormous pile of news announcements, datasheets, handwritten notes, video footage, and other information about the exciting new RF and microwave technology we saw. Now that our feet have finally stopped throbbing, the time has come for us to translate that mountain of data into an easily scannable synopsis of all the technology on display at the IMS2012 exhibition.
An Insider’s Look At The IMS2012 Technical Program
To get some insight on what to expect from the Microwave Week technical program, I contacted Raafat Mansour, the technical chair of IMS2012. We discussed the record number of papers submitted this year, the hot technologies that will be represented in the technical program, and some new and interesting elements you should definitely check out.