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Welcome to RF Globalnet's IMS2018 Resource Center, your guide to the 2018 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium.

This year's event will take place from June 10-15 in Philadelphia, PA. 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 IMS2018. Get a small taste of what the event will hold. And, if you go to the show, stop by and visit us. We look forward to seeing you in Philadelphia!

MUST-SEE PRODUCTS AT IMS 2018

30 MHz - 6 GHz Broadband Hybrid Antennas: JB Series 30 MHz - 6 GHz Broadband Hybrid Antennas: JB Series

The JB Series of SunAR broadband hybrid antennas are compact, high-performance instruments ideally designed for EMC emissions and immunity testing applications. These antennas feature operation over a wide frequency range from 30 MHz to 6 GHz, high-quality design and manufacturing techniques for long-lasting strength and mechanical integrity, and the ability to maintain calibration over extended use.

Miniature Coaxial Connectors: NEX10™ Miniature Coaxial Connectors: NEX10™

HUBER+SUHNER has developed the NEX10™miniature coaxial connector solution for smaller sized equipment in the telecom market. With a robust design for outside use, low PIM, and a small flange height of 12.7 mm, these connectors are ideal for a variety of applications including small cell, MIMO, DAS/in-building, antenna systems, radios, multicoaxial, and blind mate uses.

IMS VIDEOS

Applications Of “Pocket-Sized” VNAs Applications Of “Pocket-Sized” VNAs

John Schultz with Compass Technology discusses the applications and capabilities of USB vector network analyzers and “pocket-sized” VNAs from Copper Mountain Technology for materials testing.

Applications Of USB VNAs Applications Of USB VNAs

James Martin with Diamond Engineering discusses the applications and capabilities of USB vector network analyzers with frequency extenders from Copper Mountain Technology for antenna measurements.

Which Programmable Attenuator System Is Right For My Lab? Which Programmable Attenuator System Is Right For My Lab?

Bryan Walker with JFW discusses what to consider in order to make the best possible choice when selecting which programmable attenuator is right for your lab.

Securing Incremental Design And Root Cause Analysis Securing Incremental Design And Root Cause Analysis

Michel Durr with Leti discusses some of the challenges involved in managing RF and mmWave technology design iteration, as well as some methodologies to address ongoing revisions in the technology.

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