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Technical
Description:
This network covers science, technology and applications operating at frequencies ranging from Gigahertz through to Terahertz.

Our aim is to bring together existing and future professionals working in this area of the electromagnetic spectrum. To achieve this we hold informal seminars and workshops for both industry and academia, highlighting state-of-the-art technologies in new and emerging areas.

So far our chosen areas of application have ranged from meta-materials, medicine, passive imaging for Earth science and security, along with high power sources for material processing!
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Public
Members:
355

Highlights

Welcome to the IET RF and Microwave Technology Network's online Community 

Our engineering and technology events are open to the public and are FREE to attend - everybody's welcome!
 
 
 

Registration is also open for the first event of the new year - Towards 5G Mobile Technology – Vision to Reality 
This will bring together industry leaders, innovators, and researchers as well as regulators and policy makers in presenting their latest views on this emerging technology.


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You can obtain 7 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) from attending this event!
CPD logo declaring this event can contribute 7 hours towards your Continuing Professional Development
 
Call for abstracts open for 2 events:

Colloquium on Millimetre-wave and Terahertz Engineering & Technology 2017 at Glasgow University


Active and Passive RF Devices at Savoy Place, London

Upcoming Events

Blog

Earlier this week I attended my first RF & Microwave event – the Electromagnetic Modelling and Simulations event held at Nottingham University. We gathered on a sunny but frosty morning at the University of Nottingham for a day of presentations from a variety of different speakers. Chris Dodds, one of the organisers, kicked off the day with a short ... read more...
Posted by Natalia D'Lima on IET RF & Microwave Technology Network Nov 30, 2016 4:08 PM GMT

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