Microwave Journal editors Pat Hindle and Gary Lerude review IMS2021, the first large industry event to take place post pandemic. The event was about 25% the size of the average IMS but very successful.

Dr. Ulrich Rohde talks with Microwave Journal editors Pat Hindle and Gary Lerude about his educational background, first interest in wireless technology, experiences with COMPACT Software, launch of Synergy Microwave, awards and the future of education and technology. Here is a written summary of the discussion: https://www.microwavejournal.com/ext/resources/Podcasts/UlrichRohde-Podcast.pdf.

Microwave Journal editors Pat Hindle and Gary Lerude review the Semiconductor/RFIC themed June issue featuring a GaN survey, industry news and events plus interview ADI A&D GM Yasmine King. Sponsored by Analog Devices.

Yasmine King, GM of Aerospace and Defense at Analog Devices, talks with Microwave Journal editors, Pat Hindle and Gary Lerude, about the recent trends in the A&D market and new solutions for phased arrays from Analog Devices.

NXP experts, Rob Hoeben, Head of Marketing Smart Antenna Solutions, and Doeco Terpstra, VP and General Manager Smart Antenna Solutions, join Microwave Journal editorial director, Pat Hindle, to discuss WiFi 6E features, device design challenges and future WiFi 7 standard.

Telecom consultant Doug Dawson discusses the capabilities of broadband access technologies in this episode of the Frequency Matters podcast.

Microwave Journal editors Pat Hindle and Gary Lerude review the products from the May 5G and IMS issue plus the latest news and events including the IMS2021 hybrid conference and exhibition. Sponsored by RFMW.

Kevin Hietpas, Product Line Manager for Antennas at Pasternack, talks with Microwave Journal editors, Pat Hindle and Gary Lerude, about the 5G sub 6 GHz antenna market, proper antenna selection and future trends for antenna technology. Sponsored by Pasternack.

5G Americas president, Chris Pearson, talks with Microwave Journal editor Pat Hindle about the status of 5G deployments and how 5G is enabling the automotive and manufacturing sectors.

Microwave Journal® launches a new podcast series, "RF Industry Icons," and in the second episode we talk with Les Besser, inventor of COMPACT (Computerized Optimization of Microwave Passive and Active CircuiTs) software, the first commercially available circuit simulation software, and founder of the RF training company, Besser Associates. COMPACT software was ultimately sold to Ulrich Rohde and acquired by Ansoft which is now owned by Ansys. Learn about this evolution of RF simulation software as told through Les Besser's story.

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