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What's new on Microwaves101?

As is always the case, we've been busy adding plenty of new features to Microwaves101. We ain't been slack, Cap'n Walker!

Come see us at Booth 536 at the IMS show in Philadelphia. Or sign up for the MWO customer appreciation party and meet us there.  It's almost June, before its too late, check out what's new on Microwaves101 for May 2018:

  • How do you evaluate the actual loss of a 3dB hybrid coupler?   What's the difference between transmission loss, dissipatitive loss, mismatch loss, "cascade" loss and isolation loss?  You can learn all this and more on our new page on coupler loss.

  • Last month we offered a new page on TRL calibration. TRL stands for "through-reflect-line" and is often used in on-wafer measurements as well as on PCB cards using coax connectors.  This month, we followed up with the World's Best TRL line length calculator in an Excel sheet, that you can find in our download area.

  • The Unknown Editor shows you what to look for in Philadelphia when you are there for IMS between June 10 and June 15. Starbucks, anyone?

  • We have a new photo in the Microwave Mortuary thanks once again to frequent contributor Tom.

  • Don't tell Cap'n Walker, but we have been a little bit slack. Thanks to Dr. Raghavan over at the National Institute of Technology in Trichy, who sent us an announcement for a workshop on CAD for microwave ICs, we have updated our Microwave Events calendar for the first time in quite a while.  Check it out, and send us any microwave-related events you think should be added.

  • Meanwhile, on our discussion board, we have an ongoing discussion of about a multi-band power combiner and another on coax dielectric loss. Pop on over to the discussion board to register and sign in, then chime in on existing threads, or start your own topics. Our user approval process is quick and anonymous, blocks most bots and and eliminates spam by more than 99%.

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As always, we want you to sign up for the MW101Stuff newsletter, or submit a photo for our Microwave Mortuary. We'd love to hear from you, whether you have nice things to say about Microwaves101.com or just want to tell us how we've ruined your life. 

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Author: Unknown Editor
Last Updated: 31 May 2018
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