The IEEE MTT-S International Wireless Symposium

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Published on Thursday, 13 September 2012 Written by О.И. Даниленко

ims 2013

The IEEE MTT-S International Wireless Symposium (IWS) is a new annual conference, to be held for the first time in Beijing, China, April 13-18, 2013. The IWS will cover all aspects of the global RF wireless industry (covering RF through millimeter frequencies), such as technology, commerce, legal and regulatory issues, and will include participation from providers, manufacturers, designers, regulators and all those interested in RF, microwave, and wireless! The conference is modeled after the famous IEEE International Microwave Symposium.

  There is still time to submit a paper before the deadline on Sept. 22, 2012. View the call for papers http://iws-ieee.org/en/calls-for-papers-and-proposals/call-for-papers.html

  Exhibit at IWS2013
Reach The World’s Fastest Growing Wireless Market

  China is one of the world’s fastest growing wireless product markets and it’s growing influence in wireless, microwave and RF products reinforces the importance of creating the International Wireless Symposium and Exhibition. This inaugural exhibition represents an excellent channel for accessing the market; and the region’s growth has led to the need for an international event showcasing wireless and microwave research, innovations, and products.

  Exhibitors display the latest products and services related to the physical layer aspects of existing and emerging wireless systems, including but not limited to RFID, UWB, ZigBee, and Bluetooth. Vendors of RFICs, Microwave/RF components, test and measurement equipment, electronic design software, wireless systems for a broad spectrum of applications, and more are invited to exhibit.

  Reserve your space now for best selection!
   Exhibition Dates: 16-18 April 2013
   Where: China National Convention Center (CNCC) Hall 5


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