May 22 - Sunday
8:00 - 12:00
WSA:
Millimeter-wave R&D for 5G: Systems, Phased arrays, and Handset Transceivers
WSE:
Calibration and correction techniques for CMOS radios
8:00 - 17:00
WSC:
How mm-wave systems reshape the future of telecom and sensing applications
WSF:
Advanced ICs and Systems for Wireless Charging and Energy Harvesting
WSG:
Frequency synthesizers of multi-band, multi-standard radios and Internet of Things (IoT)
WSK:
e-Health: Implantable Systems and Communications in the Human Body
13:00 - 17:00
WSB:
Highly Efficient 5G PA Design
WSD:
Circuit Techniques and System Architectures for Carrier Aggregation and Multi-band Radios
WSH:
RF/Analog IC design challenges in advanced CMOS technology
WSJ:
Millimeter-wave electronics: from applications to manufacturing
May 23 - Monday
8:00 - 12:00
WMB:
Advances in High-Power SSPA Technology for KW-Operation at Microwave Frequencies
WMI:
Autonomous Vehicles
8:00 - 17:00
WMA:
Millimeter-wave power amplifier technology: Where are we and where are we headed?
WMD:
Radio Miniaturization, Terahertz Nano-sized Radios and Potential Applications
WME:
Large Signal Network Analysis: from instrumentation architectures to software applications for your RF design flow improvement
WMF:
Tunable and Reconfigurable Front Ends for Multiband Communication Systems
WMG:
Heterogeneous integration of silicon RFIC with III-V's
WMH:
E-Band Communications: Market, Technology and IC design
13:00 - 17:00
WMC:
Power and Signal Integrity Characterization Techniques
May 24 - Tuesday
8:00 - 9:40
TU1A:
Transmission Lines for System Applications
TU1B:
Broadband High-Efficiency Millimeter-Wave Power Amplifiers
TU1C:
Multi-GHz Frontend Circuits for Digital Applications
TU1D:
RF-MEMS Technology for Tunable and Low Power RF SYStems
TU1E:
3-D printing techniques and technologies
TU1F:
Methodolody and Hardware Development for High Power Microwave Industiral Applications
8:00 - 9:20
TU1G:
Advanced Acoustic and Tunable Device Technologies for RF Systems
10:10 - 11:30
TU2A:
Design and implementation of transmission lines
10:10 - 11:50
TU2B:
Celebrating the 80th anniversary of the Doherty Patent
TU2C:
Novel Aspects of RFID Systems
TU2D:
Multiband, Multimode, and Multilayer Filter Techniques
TU2E:
High Frequency Interconnects and Packaging
TU2F:
Microwave biological sensing
TU2G:
Microwave components based on new material and fabrication methods for the next generation electronics
13:30 - 15:10
TU3A:
Couplers and Dividers
TU3C:
Radio Architectures for Efficient Spectrum Utilization
TU3D:
Advances in Terahertz Photonics
TU3E:
Signal Generation Techniques For Radar and Communication Systems
TU3F:
Novel Planar and Lumped-Element Filtering Devices
13:30 - 14:40
TU3B:
Wideband Power Amplifiers
13:30 - 14:50
TU3G:
Green, Flexible, Wearable, Reconfigurable Technologies
15:55 - 17:15
TU4A:
Advanced Passive Circuits
TU4B:
Switch-mode techniques for RF / mm-wave power amplifiers
TU4C:
Advances in numerical and analytical electromagnetic modeling
TU4D:
Advanced CAD Algoritms and Techniques
TU4E:
Advances in Chipless RFID Technology
TU4F:
Advances and Applications of Time- and Frequency-domain Numerical Techniques
TU4G:
New Technologies for Microwave Applications - Sensors, Graphene Models, Tunable Resonators
TU4H:
Integrated Phased Arrays and CRLH Beam Formers
May 25 - Wednesday
8:00 - 9:40
WE1A:
Microwave Sensors for Practical Applications
WE1B:
Latest advancements in semiconductor technologies and MMICs
WE1C:
GaN HEMT Modeling and Characterization
WE1D:
Non-Planar Microwave Filters and Multiplexers 1
WE1E:
UHF and HF components for wireless power transfer
8:00 - 9:30
WE1F:
Component Technologies from mm to submm-waves
9:00 - 11:00
WEIF1:
Interactive Forum - Wednesday Morning
10:10 - 11:40
WE2A:
Doherty amplifiers are alive and well after 80 years
10:10 - 11:50
WE2B:
RF systems and instrumentation for healthcare applications