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Workshop ESA MTT 2017

Workshop ESA MTT 2017

on 20 Feb 2017 in News |

 

Workshop on Microwave Technology and Techniques 2017 (MTT)

This Workshop will be held in the beautiful city of Noordwijk, in Netherlands. It will start on the 3rd April and it will end on the 5th April, an event of 3 days.

The Radio Frequency Equipment and Technology Section (TEC-ETE) of the Radio Frequency Systems, Payload and Technology Division (Directorate of Technical and Quality Management at ESA-ESTEC) in collaboration with CNES is organising a new edition of the Workshop on Microwave Technology and Techniques (MTT).

This workshop is a premier event to present the status and trends in the fields of microwave system and technologies for space and ground applications. The workshop provides many opportunities for networking and interaction with international experts in a wide variety of specialties, being an exciting forum for the presentation and discussion of the most recent advances in the microwave field. The workshop will cover papers related to power amplification, frequency generation, passive components, modelling, measurement and manufacturing techniques for microwave devices, among others.

RF Microtech S.r.l. will be present from 9.50 to 10.10 on wednesday 5th April with a presentation on “On-board Miniaturized Filters In dielectric Waveguide Technology For MSS Applications” held by Dr. Pelliccia Luca.

Furthermore, Dr. Pelliccia will take the chance to show you these following devices:

  1. Miniaturized and low-loss input L-band bandpass filter for Mobile Satellite Service applications based on TM-mode dielectric resonators. This is the outcome of an project funded by the European Space Agency.
  2. Miniaturized and low-loss output S-band bandpass filter for Mobile Satellite Service applications based on TM-mode dielectric resonators. This is the outcome of an project funded by the European Space Agency.
  3. Compact and low-loss C-band broadband bandpass filter with wide spurious-free range based on a combination of TM mode and combline mode resonators. This is the outcome of an project funded by the European Space Agency.

For more info click here.